This is a perfect time to bring this up. Why do the rules only apply to the US and not to the bad guys? Interesting how that's always the case.
Youe mean this kind of humane treatment?
Where members of the 157th Infantry Regiment summarily executed gaurds at Dachau; no trial, no miranda rights and if you'll notice, not even a blindfold. Lined'em up and shot'em down like dogs.
How 'bout when Allied units forced German civilians to bury the bodies of the camp victims? International law defines that as slavery and, yes, it's a war crime.
How about the German POW's that starved to death in American POW camps?
And, all that ain't nothin' compared to what the French did to German POW's after the war.
Jews resisted months and months of torture by nazis... especially the communist jews. (Go figure that one)
What makes you think a mujahadeen is going to be broken by enhanced interrogation?
Perhaps I missed it in all the pages of avoidance and semantic quibbling over the legalities, but Dubya's claim is rejected by British politicians from the conservative PM down, and British security services. It's been pointed out that one of the events he claims we were "warned" about, the Heathrow threat, happened 4 days before the torture, legal or otherwise. (All but Bushlaw supporters suggest "otherwise")
I love the smell of face-palm in the morning!
"You ain't no Muslim bruv!"