'Zero Dark Thirty' Renews Torture Debate

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Mark Bowden, national correspondent for The Atlantic

Karen Greenberg, director of Fordham Law School's Center on National Security

John Rizzo, former chief legal officer for the Central Intelligence Agency and author of the forthcoming book, The Company's Man

For More: Read Mark Bowden's Atlantic piece: 'Zero Dark Thirty' Is Not Pro-Torture

The critically acclaimed film Zero Dark Thirty has reinvigorated the debate around the interrogation techniques used during the Bush administration's war on terror. Host Neal Conan discusses the film's depiction of interrogations and what U.S. and international law says about the techniques used during the Bush era.



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