The Obama administration will disclose the memo that gives them justification for drone strikes.
Solicitor General Don Verrilli decided not to appeal the April 21 ruling by the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals mandating the disclosure of the memo, and Attorney General Eric Holder agreed with that decision.
The White House was informed Tuesday of the Justice Department’s decision.
The memo won’t be made public right away. It has to go through a redaction process that will need to be approved by a judge, according to the administration officials.
A redacted version also means that some of th...