Recently released previously classified memos make it even clearer that the approval of torture came from the White House." The Bush administration issued a pair of secret memos to the CIA in 2003 and 2004 that explicitly endorsed the agency's use of interrogation techniques...
Leave it to John Ashcroft to call waterboarding an "enhanced" interrogation technique that, although "serious", should not be defined as "torture". There are many who disagree."The controversial interrogation...
It's funny, ennit? The happily go-lucky Dominionist folks who gave you
911, Afghanistan and the sunshine democratic state of Iraq are behaving
like members of an organised criminal organisation aren't they?...
"It is written in the Book of Leviticus: "As for any man who eats any sort of blood, I shall certainly set my face against the soul that is eating the blood, and I shall indeed cut him off from among his people."
An injunction against cannibalism, perhaps? To most practising...
"Show Me The Intelligence
by Ray McGovern
Have you noticed? Neither President George W. Bush nor Vice President Dick Cheney have cited any US intelligence assessments to support their fateful decision to send 21,500 more troops to referee the civil war in Iraq. This is a far...
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A four-part series posted by Fox News has been removed. Click on any one of the four links to the stories. There's no headline and no story. Also, on the next web site, the archive of this story has been pulled. (scroll down the page to the four links)
These were the special steel fragments that should have been sent to
forensic laboratories and which might have provided the vital forensic
evidence of explosive residue. Copy & Click this URL:
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