Friday, February 15, 2008

Twisting Health Language for Torture

By Jason Leopold
February 16, 2008

Yoo's legal opinion stated that unless the amount of pain administered to a detainee results in injury "such as death, organ failure, or serious impairment of body functions" than the interrogation technique could not be defined as torture.

Read on.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Why doesn't congress subpoeana john yoo? He should be forced to testify about this.

EvilPoet said...

Interesting topic. Unfortunately, you lost me at Jason Leopold.

carl feldstein said...

This must be one of those daily kos commenters. This person has nothing to say about the merits of this article so attack the messenger. This type of ignorance only makes the person commenting look foolish and uneducated. I don't see anything wrong with the article.

-carl feldstein (too lazy to sign up for a google acct to have my name show up)

carl feldstein said...

This must be one of those daily kos commenters. This person has nothing to say about the merits of this article so attack the messenger. This type of ignorance only makes the person commenting look foolish and uneducated. I don't see anything wrong with the article.

-carl feldstein (too lazy to sign up for a google acct to have my name show up)

Anonymous said...

Yes, Lisa Pease...not everything @ Wiki is true, but a lot of it is....therefore, for thinking people, here's a start on researching Jason Leopold's bona fides

spackleanddust said...

Kudos to leopold. I see from his new story that their is an investigation now and their investigating john yoo. This'll be interesting