Op-Ed: Obama Will Face 'Awful Choices' President-elect Barack Obama has promised to ban some forms of torture, to end rendition and to close the Guantanamo Bay prison. Former Central Intelligence Agency officer Reuel Marc Gerecht says: "Sounds uplifting. Don't bet on it happening."
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Op-Ed: Obama Will Face 'Awful Choices'

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Op-Ed: Obama Will Face 'Awful Choices'

Op-Ed: Obama Will Face 'Awful Choices'

Op-Ed: Obama Will Face 'Awful Choices'

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President-elect Barack Obama has promised to ban some forms of torture, to end rendition and to close the Guantanamo Bay prison. In an op-ed for The New York Times, former Central Intelligence Agency officer Reuel Marc Gerecht says: "Sounds uplifting. Don't bet on it happening."