Tortured ends and means

Buchanan, John M.
January 2015
Christian Century;1/21/2015, Vol. 132 Issue 2, p3
The author discusses the U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee's report which looked into the detention activities of the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency following the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 and found the agency's use of various forms of torture on detainees. Topics covered include Senator John McCain's opposition against the use of torture, the flaws of torture techniques, and the reasons why torture is morally wrong.


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