Friday, August 22, 2014
Inquirer Daily News

Quote of the day

Alberto Mora, the former Navy general counsel who protested the abuses, told the Senate committee that “there are serving U.S. flag-rank officers who maintain that the first and second identifiable causes of U.S. combat deaths in Iraq — as judged by their effectiveness in recruiting insurgent fighters into combat — are, respectively, the symbols of Abu Ghraib and Guantánamo.” This comes from a very compelling editorial in the New York Times calling for a reasonable approach to investigating high-level Bush officials who authorized torture. You should read the whole thing while I'm tied up with some other matters.

Quote of the day

Alberto Mora, the former Navy general counsel who protested the abuses, told the Senate committee that “there are serving U.S. flag-rank officers who maintain that the first and second identifiable causes of U.S. combat deaths in Iraq — as judged by their effectiveness in recruiting insurgent fighters into combat — are, respectively, the symbols of Abu Ghraib and Guantánamo.”

This comes from a very compelling editorial in the New York Times calling for a reasonable approach to investigating high-level Bush officials who authorized torture. You should read the whole thing while I'm tied up with some other matters.
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