This series provides the facts and law to illuminate and add depth to the torture debate—not to persuade you to support or oppose it, but to help you formulate your own views on where the acceptable boundaries may lie. We've tried to separate facts from analysis, using principally the primary documents made available through government reports, leaks, or Freedom of Information Act requests. The aim is to inform the national conversation about the way America acts in the war against terror.
Friday, May 27, 2005
An interactive lesson on US military interrogation
Check out this feature at Slate exploring the nature of abuse that occurred at Abu Ghraib. From the feature's introduction and stated purpose:
Posted by Hume's Ghost at 5/27/2005