The Truth About Real-life 'Rendition' Daniel Benjamin talks about the myths of rendition, the process of moving people, most notably, terrorists, from one country to another. A former director for counter-terrorism policy for the National Security Council, Benjamin wrote an opinion piece about rendition for The Washington Post.
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The Truth About Real-life 'Rendition'

The Truth About Real-life 'Rendition'

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Daniel Benjamin talks about the myths of rendition, the process of moving people, most notably, terrorists, from one country to another. A former director for counter-terrorism policy for the National Security Council, Benjamin wrote an opinion piece about rendition for The Washington Post.

Guest:

Daniel Benjamin, senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, and author of The Washington Post editorial, "5 Myths About Rendition (and That New Movie)"