You have severe problems reading plain language.The evidence suggests there were helluva lot more prisoners rendititoned and tortured than just "three".
I said three people were waterboarded.
It's a little light on detail there.Some even died from the ordeal. And since none of them had a fair trial, we will never know the proof of the prisoners guilt or innocense and that, along with the use of torture is what undermines US credibility and justice system in the eyes of the world.
"...At the time, Mr. Holder cited a 2004 report by the C.I.A. inspector general that discussed several instances in which detainees died during interrogations by agency officials in Iraq and Afghanistan. It also documented the use of unauthorized techniques — like mock executions, threats to family members and inflicting waterboarding — more often than the department had approved....read" http://www.nytimes.com/2010/11/10/wo...er=rss&emc=rss
You notice the words "unauthorized" throughout there?
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Not sure what to think of this. I read that the U.S. hung Japanese soldiers during WWII for waterboarding.
I use a lot of satire and sarcasm so keep that in mind when reading my posts.
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