Tortured History

September 2014
America;Sep2014, Vol. 211 Issue 5, p4
The article reports that "The New York Times" executive editor Dead Baquet stated that the newspaper will apply the term "torture" for acts that have been labeled as harsh interrogation methods like water boarding, as referred a report on the Central Intelligence Agency interrogation program.


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