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Today In Torture

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    Cheney May Not Cooperate With CIA Interrogation Probe“It’s an outrageous political act,” he says.
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    Should We Subject Terrorist Detainees to Death by Minotaur?The ‘Onion’ asks the tough question.
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    Dick Cheney Declares VictoryBut maybe he shouldn’t.
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    Holder Names John Durham As Special Prosecutor on CIA Interrogation AbuseThis is the first step in the direction of criminal prosecution for CIA officers.
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    Khalid Sheikh Mohammed Says He Lied Under Enhanced InterrogationsBut was he lying about lying?
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    Pentagon: Nope, No Rape in PhotosThe Pentagon denies an earlier report about the content of prisoner-abuse photos.
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    Report: Unreleased Abu Ghraib Photos Show RapeA general who compiled a 2004 report on prison abuses in Iraq says the photos Obama has decided not to release contain graphic, devastating imagery.
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    Charges Against Bush Administration Lawyers Over Torture Seem UnlikelyAn internal Justice Department report, while still incomplete, seems to indicate that different forms of disciplinary action will be recommended instead.
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    Bush Administration Still Leaning on Justice Department From Beyond the GraveThey’re trying to “soften” a report on the torture memos.
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    Condi Rice Protected From Fourth-Grader’s Ruthless InquisitionThe word “torture” was removed from a student’s question to Bush’s secretary of State.
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    Condi Rice Takes the Richard Nixon Approach to TortureNot the comparison you really want to invite, probably.
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    Keith Olbermann Really Wants Sean Hannity to Get WaterboardedNow he’s calling Hannity yella if he doesn’t do it. You gonna take that, Hannity?
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    Military Group That Developed Interrogation Tactics Labeled Them ‘Torture’ and Warned of ‘Unreliable Information’So, there’s that.
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    Chris Smith: Why Obama’s Right on TortureDespite the growing maelstrom of posturing and commentary, Obama has drawn — and held — the proper line over Bush-era interrogation tactics.
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    Today in Torture: Even If We Did Investigate Bush Lawyers, Could We Prosecute?Oh, and about that Khalid Sheikh Mohammed.
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    Today in Torture: A Race to Approve Interrogations, With No Sense of HistoryNot only were Bush administration and Department of Defense officials fine with the recently detailed interrogation techniques, they were downright psyched.