American law is clear as to what constitutes torture. Those within the Bush administration who sanctioned torture, deliberately and unapologetically violated U.S. law and must be held responsible.
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Why are the Congressional leadership of both parties bizarrely silent now, when the American people are demanding an investigation and prosecution of the crimes represented in the abuse photos?
White House reporters received an unusual email on Saturday, with a subject line stating, "Important Please Read: From White House Press Secretary Rob...
Retired Army Maj. Gen. Antonio Taguba denied reports that he has seen the prisoner-abuse photos that President Obama is fighting to keep secret, in an...
War does terrible things to all soldiers and all civilians. The American people should know the price our soldiers and the people we fight with pay.
These photographs can't and won't be kept secret. The British press has become one of the most effective back doors to the American media.
The story of Taguba's report reflects a truism applicable to every investigation: When large swaths of information are declared off limits, the resulting work product may be fatally flawed.
At this critical juncture, we don't need someone at the head of the Pentagon who is satisfied with the status quo. Here's a suggestion: Antonio Taguba.
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