The Haunting of an American Interrogator in Iraq

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Eric Fair, a civilian Iraq interrogator comes clean in The Washington Post, where he recalls a detainee he'd deprived of 'sleep during my 12-hour shift by opening his cell every hour, forcing him to stand in a corner and stripping him of his clothes. Three years later the tables have turned. . . His memory harasses me as I once harassed him.'

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I saw in this interesting article the quote "I wil... by Charlie L on Saturday, Feb 10, 2007 at 7:43:03 PM