Tony Camerino shares his expertise on the U.S. Constitution Project report about the use of torture by the U.S. government in interrogation and detention programs after 9/11.
Excerpt from Al Jazeera article:
" 'One of the findings in the report ... is the trickle-down effect, which is that when you have senior leaders in our government, who say that it's ok once in a while to break the rules, and use torture if it saves lives, that has an effect in the field ... [it] had a very catastrophic effect in many different theatres, in Iraq, Afghanistan, at Guantanamo.'
- Tony Camerino, Former Senior Military Interrogator"
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Published: Wednesday, April 17, 2013
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