Wednesday, December 26, 2007
Most Overlooked Story of the Year
This is my vote for the most overlooked story of the year: Former DOJ Official Tested the Method Himself, in Effort to Form Torture Policy
A senior Justice Department official, charged with reworking the administration's legal position on torture in 2004 became so concerned about the controversial, interrogation technique of waterboarding that he decided to experience it firsthand,sources told ABC News., Daniel Levin, then acting assistant attorney general, went to a military base near Washington and underwent the procedure to inform his analysis of different interrogation techniques.
Keith Olbermann *SPECIAL COMMENT* 11/5/07-
DoJ Official Declared Waterboarding Torture
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