Let War Crimes Be Bygones

Keillor, Garrison
June 2009
Progressive Populist;6/1/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 10, p22
The article presents the author's perspective regarding the proper way of conducting criminal prosecution in the U.S. According to the author, waterboarding and other acts of torture carried out in the secret prisons of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) are increasingly happening. The author asserts that the government should give concern on the need for a fair and thorough congressional investigation.


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