Thursday, October 11, 2007

Only extreme discomfort - Not Torture

R. Kessler From

"In fact, while the memos said head-slapping, simulated drowning, and frigid temperatures could be legally justified, they never condoned outright torture, which the CIA believes can produce bogus information."

Those, Kessler explains, are more accurately described as "coercive interrogation techniques [that] involve extreme discomfort as opposed to torture."

Oh Please drown me and slap me in the head - I will surely tell you the truth.

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