Letters Give C.I.A. Tactics a Legal RationaleQuicklink submitted by Sheila Samples Permalink
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|While the Geneva Conventions prohibit outrages upon personal dignity, a letter sent by the Justice Department to Congress on March 5 makes clear that the administration has not drawn a precise line in deciding which interrogation methods would violate that standard, and is reserving the right to make case-by-case judgments.|
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