Former State Department counselor Philip Zelikow told the first congressional panel convened to address allegations of torture that Bush administratio...
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Says Adams: "I have never known anyone in a leadership position in the military who would condone torture. They would never do it... which is to uphold the Constitution and the rule of law."
I never thought I would say this, but Lynndie England is a symbol of embarrassment. Not because she posed in pictures following orders, but because our government let her take the fall.
With President Bush's veto this weekend of a bill to outlaw the CIA's use of waterboarding, torture now becomes officially codified U.S. policy. But you'd never know it from the reading the Times.
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