The fine print of the "torture memos"

Friday, April 17, 2009

Yesterday the White House released four memos detailing the directives for handling terror suspects during the Bush administration. These so-called "torture memos" detail the sleep deprivations, slapping, holding, confinement with insects, and waterboarding that marked the interrogation techniques during the Bush years. John Hockenberry takes a moment to consider how these memos will look to future generations.

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