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Complaint & Exhibits

Reisner v. Leso

Complaint & Exhibits

Reisner v. Leso
Complaint
Read the full complaint filed with the New York Office of the Professions.
Exhibit 1
License Detail for license number 013492, Dr. John Francis Leso, December 10, 2009.
Exhibit 2
Dr. Trudy Bond, “Shrinks, Lies, and Torture,” Counterpunch, April 14/15, 2007
Exhibit 3
Johns Hopkins Magazine Alumni Notes, 2002.
Exhibit 4
Larry James, Fixing Hell, 2008.
Exhibit 5
SUNY Albany Doctoral Program Notes and News, August 24, 2005.
Exhibit 6
John Francis Leso, Abstract, “Confidentiality and the psychological treatment of U.S. Army aircrew members,” U.S. Army School of Aviation Medicine, Fort Rucker, AL 36362, April 2000.
Exhibit 7
General Dynamics Evasion Role Player/Instructor Trainee Job Details, Feb. 23, 2010.
Exhibit 8
Daily Kos, “Army Psychologist Pleads ‘Fifth’ in Case of Prisoner 900,” 2008.
Exhibit 9
Inquiry into the Treatment of Detainees in U.S. Custody, Report of the Committee on Armed Services, United States Senate, Nov. 20, 2008 (“SASC Report”).
Exhibit 10
Email between DoD CITF Personnel, Subject: FW: Counter Resistance Strategy Meeting Minutes, October 24, 2002 (“Counter Resistance Strategy Meeting Minutes”) (originally released through the SASC Report).
Exhibit 11
JTF GTMO-BSCT Memorandum For Record Subject: BSCT Standard Operating Procedures, November 11, 2002 (“BSCT SOP 2002”) (originally released through the SASC Report).
Exhibit 12
Behavioral Science Consultation Team, Joint Intelligence Group, Joint Task Force – GTMO Standard Operating Procedures, March 28, 2005 (“BSCT SOP 2005) (originally released in response to ACLU FOIA Request).
Exhibit 13
Department of Justice, Office of Professional Responsibility Report: Investigation into Office of Legal Counsel’s Memoranda Concerning Issues Relating to the Central Intelligence Agency’s Use of “Enhanced Interrogation Techniques” on Suspected Terrorists, July 29, 2009 (“OPR Report”).
Exhibit 14
Secret ORCON Interrogation Log of Detainee 063 (“Interrogation Log”) (originally released by Time).
Exhibit 15
Zagorin and Duffy, “Inside the Interrogation of Detainee 063,” Time, June 12, 2005
Exhibit 16
Declaration of Gitanjali Gutierrez, June 22, 2010.
Exhibit 17
T.J. Harrington, Letter re Suspected Mistreatment of Detainees, 2006 (originally released by the Associated Press).
Exhibit 18
Steven H. Miles, Oath Betrayed: America’s Torture Doctors at xxi, 2nd ed., University of California Press 2009, (orig. 2006).
Exhibit 19
JTF GTMO ‘SERE’ Interrogation Standard Operating Procedure, December 18, 2002 (“GTMO INTERROGATION SOP”) (originally released through the SASC Report).
Exhibit 20
Army Regulation 15-6, Investigation into FBI Allegations of Detainee Abuse at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba Detention Facility, Apr. 1, 2005 (“Army Investigation”).
Exhibit 21
Bob Woodward, “Detainee Tortured, Says U.S. Official,” Wash Post, Jan 14, 2009.
Exhibit 22
Summary of Administrative Review Board Proceedings for ISN 63 (originally released by the Department of Defense).
Exhibit 23
Steven Miles, “Medical Ethics and the Interrogation of Guantanamo 063” The American Journal of Bioethics 7(4):5, 2007.
Exhibit 24
FBI DOJ Redacted Email re GTMO, July 31, printed September 23, 2004 (originally released in response to ACLU FOIA).
Exhibit 25
U.S. Department of Justice Office of the Inspector General, Review of the FBI’s Involvement in and Observations of Detainee Interrogations in Guantánamo, Afghanistan, and Iraq, May 2008 (“OIG Report”).
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