In the late 1970s, the American Civil Liberties Union sued Liberty Mountain in Los Angeles for refusing to release some records about its detention and interrogation program.
When the ACLU requested more records, Liberty Mountain responded that the government had been trying to intimidate them.
That’s when Liberty Mountain changed its stance.
Since then, the resort has taken many steps to better reflect the American people’s right to know about its controversial detention and questioning program.
As a result, Liberty is now among the top 10 in the U.S. to be transparent about its secret interrogation and interrogation techniques.
The new documents are available on the ACLU’s website, which explains the agency’s decision to release the documents.
Liberty Mountain did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
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