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Tales From Torture’s Dark World


By MARK DANNER

ON a bright sunny day two years ago, President George W. Bush strode into the East Room of the White House and informed the world that the United States had created a dark and secret universe to hold and interrogate captured terrorists. Keep Reading in New York Times. And read more in New York Review of Books.

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There is no actionable intelligence wrung out of determined men by torture. Their hate is immense and the only thing worse than their hate is the revenge dealt out in the fake guise of interrogation. The torturers are no better than these ruthless freedom fighters. And that's exactly the way they look at it; right or wrong. When are the adults going to take back over from this madness? Revolting and pathetic.

This is not my country.

EW

What is wrong with us? We have confessions from both bush and Cheney why aren't they in jail? Where is the outrage?

Ibett

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