By Jason Ralph
The New York Times reports today a change in Pentagon policy on detention. It will now be “notifying the International Committee of the Red Cross of the identities of militants who were being held in secret at a camp in Iraq and another in Afghanistan”. Also of interest in this report is the fact that alerts us to an important week in the life of the project. A 2004 CIA report on its interrogation policy is set to be released and Attorney General Eric Holder is to decide “whether to appoint a criminal prosecutor to investigate the interrogations of suspects accused of being involved in terrorism after the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.” There will no doubt be a lot of dicussion in the blogosphere.