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Thursday, June 10, 2004  

Compassionate Interrogation -- can it exist?

Well, it sho' has existed in the past. David Gregg, who worked for the CIA for many years, has an editorial piece in the NY Times today about his experiences in the Vietnam and Korean Wars, and how he strongly believes that humane, compassionate treatment of prisoners of war is probably more effective in the first place than torture. Revolutionary! (maybe this is a lesson also to be learned by our prison industrial complex).

posted by Anjali Taneja | 6/10/2004 03:30:00 PM | |


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