FBI Papers Point to More Prison Abuses

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More information is surfacing about abuses of detainees in Iraq and Guantanamo Bay, this time from documents that include FBI accounts. We have an update on what we know now about prisoner abuse and who knew what when.


Dan Eggen, covers the Justice Dept. and FBI for The Washington Post

Anthony Romero, executive director of the ACLU

John Yoo, law professor, University of California-Berkeley; former lawyer at the Justice Department under President Bush

Scott Horton, chairman, New York City Bar Association's international law committee



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