Responsibility for Torture and Abu Ghraib: It Goes at Least as Far as the VP

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Since the Abu Ghraib scandal broke in 2004, widespread speculation insists that the abuses were more than the work of a few 'bad apples.' Historian Alfred McCoy noted that the practices at Abu Ghraib, including sensory deprivation and stress positions, came right out of the CIA handbook. The Washington Post presents strong evidence that culpability for authorizing torture goes straight to Cheney, and possibly to Bush.

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Seymor Hirsch's current article in the New Yor... by Robert Chapman on Wednesday, Jun 27, 2007 at 9:18:25 AM
This is part of the report the Washington Post has... by Rady Ananda on Wednesday, Jun 27, 2007 at 1:21:56 PM