I did find, off of the ACLU biography of Mohamed Farag Bashmilah, a "reply brief" regarding the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit filed by the plantiffs (ACLU attorneys, etc.) to ask the court to overturn a previous decision in the case. The document was signed on 9/25/08. I'm not an attorney myself, but from what I could make out, they did a great job convincing me to overturn the decision, if I was that Court, of course.
What I was most curious about was the timing of today's post on Huffington Post. Best I could figure was that the timing had to do with a press release issued by the ACLU on 2/9/09 and another one released yesterday. My guess is we'll hear soon about what action is coming soon.
It's one thing to hear in abstract about renditions and the role our government and the corporate world may have played. When I read first hand accounts from a survivor of rendition and one of the soldiers at Gitmo, it makes it so much more difficult to keep treating this as just another news story.
I'm wondering who else might be feeling the same as I am and if they're in a better position to do something about it.