Agonizing Issue: is torture ever justified in military interrogations of terror suspects?
Agonizing Issue: is torture ever justified in military interrogations of terror suspects? nterview with Charles Knight, Co-director, Project on Defense Alternatives and Alfred P. Rubin, Distinguished Professor Emeritus of International Law, The Fletcher School, Tufts University, transcript edited by Jim Cronin, The Boston Globe Magazine, 30 January 2005, (printable .pdf file). "The United States is now training hundreds, maybe thousands, of new interrogators. Abusive relationships traumatize both the victim and the abuser. We are training and having our own people experience this abuse, and they will be returning home to our communities. We know from domestic abuse that this abusive pattern can be replicated through generations."
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