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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Katie Reisner
"Folks are still under threat of decapitation, the siblings or children will get kidnapped for ransom, people will get kidnapped and tortured, people's houses will get raided and burned. You name it, it's happened," said Katie Reisner, national policy director for the Iraqi Refugee Assistance Project. "There was a period of relative calm, and things are disintegrating again. It's still within working memory who helped the U.S. and who didn't."
"Over and over again, that's where we saw people waiting for 18 months, two years," said Katie Reisner, national policy director for the Iraqi Refugee Assistance Project, which has helped bring more than 1,800 Iraqis and Afghans to the U.S. in the past five years.