Speaking of Evil.…

May 2011
Moderate Voice;5/8/2011, p19
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The article reports on the concern of former U.S. Vice president Richard B. Cheney on the decision of the administration of U.S. President Barack Obama to cease utilizing some of the overt waterboarding techniques initiated by the former administration for national security. Cheney asserts that it is impossible to question prisoners for valued information without torture, mock executions. However, it notes that the Obama administration is determined to enforce its prohibition on waterboarding.


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