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CIA Lawyer Told Military In 2002 That Illegal Torture Was 'Vaguely' Defined

International Herald Tribune:
When U.S. military officers at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, struggled in the autumn of 2002 to find ways to get terrorism suspects to talk, they turned to the one agency that had spent several months experimenting with the limits of physical and psychological pressure: the Central Intelligence Agency.
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