Join Date: Nov 2007
Location: Woodbridge, VA
However, looking at waterboarding and other methods that could/should be considered torture under the Convention Against Toruture, is it not fair to say that we have already crossed that bridge - that the government has ordered Soldiers to either torture suspects or be complacient in that torture (at least until someone dies and it becomes public) [see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bagram_...risoner_abuse]. I suppose it only matters if you lose.
"I can change almost anything ... but I can't change human nature."
Jon Osterman/Dr. Manhattan
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