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U.S. Government Starting To Allow CIA Torture Victims To Discuss Their Own Memories
Ryan J. Reilly
How Do We Torture? Let Them Count the Ways...
Milwaukee Public TV Commentator, Writing Coach, Writing & ...
That Senate report on CIA interrogation techniques was supposed to be released by now. But some people would rather keep the details to themselves.
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Morton H. Halperin
Senior advisor, Open Society Foundations
The American public should hear directly, in open-door hearings, from victims of the detention, rendition, and torture.
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