The subject of whether or when enhanced interrogation of enemy combatants held prisoner by U. S. Forces is torture or crosses the line as torture is one I have avoided. I had my reasons – first, because it has been a patently obvious waste of media coverage I hoped would subside with the election of new people in the executive and legislative branches faced by far more pressing issues than an undisguised political witch hunt.
Too much political rhetoric framing the torture debate
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