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THE MEMO: How an internal effort to ban the abuse and torture of detainees was thwarted.

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One document, which is marked “secret” but is not classified, is a twenty-two-page memo written by the former general counsel of the United States Navy, Alberto J. Mora. It shows that three years ago Mora tried to halt what he saw as a disastrous and unlawful policy of authorizing cruelty toward terror suspects.

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