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Bush Administration Torture Techniques Report Revealed

Thursday, April 05, 2012 , RTAmerica | Video
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A newly released document showcases the United States Defense Department's torture techniques. The 37 page report details ways officials can torture detainees suspected of having ties to terrorism. In 2002, the document was handed to Bush administration officials, but is just now seeing the light of day. Now the particulars of the report are being called war crimes. Jason Leopold, lead investigative reporter for Truth-Out.Org who broke the story with co-writer Jeffrey Kaye, joins us for more.


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Bush Administration Torture Techniques Report Revealed

Thursday, April 05, 2012 , RTAmerica | Video
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A newly released document showcases the United States Defense Department's torture techniques. The 37 page report details ways officials can torture detainees suspected of having ties to terrorism. In 2002, the document was handed to Bush administration officials, but is just now seeing the light of day. Now the particulars of the report are being called war crimes. Jason Leopold, lead investigative reporter for Truth-Out.Org who broke the story with co-writer Jeffrey Kaye, joins us for more.


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