Re-Examining Bush Era Interrogation Tactics Newly declassified documents renew questions about the treatment of terrorism suspects during the George W. Bush administration. President Obama says Justice Department officials who authorized harsh interrogation techniques are not immune from prosecution.
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Re-Examining Bush Era Interrogation Tactics

Matthew Alexander, a pseudonym for the author, is pictured with another interrogator who was part of the task force looking for Zafar. Courtesy of St. Martin's Press hide caption

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One Man Says No To Harsh Interrogation Techniques

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White House Reverses Decision On Abuse Photos

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Cheney Defends Enhanced Interrogation Techniques

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Critics Skeptical Of Made-For-TV Torture Claims

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