Thursday, May 13

US: We like to call it "Freedom Tickling" (c) the Daily Show

"In the case of Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, a high-level detainee who is believed to have helped plan the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, C.I.A. interrogators used graduated levels of force, including a technique known as "water boarding," in which a prisoner is strapped down, forcibly pushed under water and made to believe he might drown.
Defenders of the operation said the methods stopped short of torture, did not violate American anti-torture statutes."

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