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    WASHINGTON (AP) -- As the Justice Department considers whether to investigate alleged harsh interrogation practices sanctioned by the Bush administration, sources say a soon-to-be-released report by the CIA's inspector general reveals that agency interrogators conducted mock executions of terror suspects.

    Threatening a prisoner with death violates U.S. anti-torture laws.

    http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories...08-22-09-16-13
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    sounds good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger Perry View Post
    WASHINGTON (AP) -- As the Justice Department considers whether to investigate alleged harsh interrogation practices sanctioned by the Bush administration, sources say a soon-to-be-released report by the CIA's inspector general reveals that agency interrogators conducted mock executions of terror suspects.

    Threatening a prisoner with death violates U.S. anti-torture laws.

    http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories...08-22-09-16-13
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    They should have let me at those terrorists, waterboarding and such would have seemed tame. When they enlisted in Terror Inc, they gave CIA license to interrogate them as necessary. Terrorists deserve NO RIGHTS.
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    As I have siad many times, I don't care what they do to them, Pull fingernails off, beat them, I don't care, Good for the CIA and the Bush admin for doing what it takes
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    Quote Originally Posted by badbullgator View Post
    As I have siad many times, I don't care what they do to them, Pull fingernails off, beat them, I don't care, Good for the CIA and the Bush admin for doing what it takes
    Is that what you believe the law should permit or what you believe should be done even when it is explicitly illegal?

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    anyone know what the range of punishment allowed by the statute for anyone that breaks that particualr law?
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    Quote Originally Posted by YardleyLabs View Post
    Is that what you believe the law should permit or what you believe should be done even when it is explicitly illegal?
    In some instances, for national security for instance, suspension of the law is a necessary evil.

    When you speak of "explicitly illegal", there's morally, a big difference, miles and miles actually between murder and mayhem and interrogation techniques that do no physical harm but do produce enough psychological discomfort to get valued information that will prevent further m/m.

    Folks here in the US have to understand that these people are not just mere combatants, but inflamed sociopaths with serious political agendas. Agendas that include death to the infidels....anyone that doesn't hold to their value system.....they commit execution style murder on relatively innocent people, like women who have affairs or will flog in public a young woman not wearing a burka or wearing pants.

    Psychological intimidation seems a little tame in comparison to behaviour like that. Laws like that were put in place by people who want the US to lose. These people need to understand that if they were somehow to be over-run by the extremists, their support of these laws would not mean a thing, violence would be visited on them right along with any other infidel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AmiableLabs View Post
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