An Easy Answer Muddled by this Administration

Phil is correct to say that torture in any way, shape or form by any agent of the U.S. government — including private contractors — is not only wrong but counterproductive and should not be admissible as evidence against a defendant. In theory, every political, military and diplomatic agent of the U.S. government would agree with that. The real issue is agreeing on what constitutes torture.

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