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_creationDateDatetimeNovember 29, 2006 3:05:18 PM
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TopicPageMilitary Commissions Act of 2006
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SourcePageThe Times
DateDateSeptember 24, 2006
URLURLhttp://www.timesonline.co.uk/article/0,,29449-2371815,00.html
QuoteText"We know that one prisoner in Guantanamo Bay was forced to go without sleep for 48 of 55 consecutive days and nights. He was also manacled naked to a chair in a cell that was air-conditioned to around 50F and had cold water poured on him repeatedly, until hypothermia set in. [...] According to the president of the United States, this is not “severe mental or physical pain or suffering”. This is an “alternative interrogation method”."
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Torture by any other name is just as vile by Andrew Sullivan (The Times, September 24, 2006) (view)