The Black Banners (Declassified)
Former FBI special agent Ali Soufan talked about the early years of the U.S. war on terror and the methods used to extract information from suspected members of al-Qaeda. This virtual event was hosted by the Center on National Security at Fordham Law.
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Karen J. Greenberg Director Fordham University School of Law->Center on National Security
Ali H. Soufan Supervisory Special Agent (Former) Federal Bureau of Investigation
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