Bush Admits CIA Used 'Alternative' Interrogations President Bush revealed Wednesday that a group of suspected terrorists were subjected to "alternative techniques" of interrogation while in CIA custody. Just what were those interrogation methods, and would they be considered torture?

Bush Admits CIA Used 'Alternative' Interrogations

Bush Admits CIA Used 'Alternative' Interrogations

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President Bush revealed Wednesday that a group of suspected terrorists were subjected to "alternative techniques" of interrogation while in CIA custody. Just what were those interrogation methods, and would they be considered torture?

Ron Suskind, author of The One Percent Doctrine about America's fight with international terrorist groups, talks with Madeleine Brand.