Nonpartisan Review Concludes U.S. Engaged In Torture

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Nonpartisan Review Concludes U.S. Engaged In Torture

A report by the nonpartisan Constitution Project concluded that the detention and interrogation practices used by the United States following 9/11 amounted to torture and that the nation’s top leaders were ultimately responsible for the human rights violations. What do you think?

  • “I hope the partisan reports are more patriotic.”

    Rose Vasilantonakis
    Dried Beef Packer
  • “I don’t see why the reviewers couldn’t just let us go on quietly knowing that without ever mentioning it.”

    Conan Rapovsky
    Barrel Painter
  • “Yep, we sure are a bunch of rascals!”

    Fred Downer
    Unemployed
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