Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Waterboarding Without Permission

Sure we tortured in 2002 well before we cooked up some lame excuse to justify doing it.

Whut's yer frickin' problem, pussies?

Via BBC interview: former CIA Agent John Kirakou pinpoints use of torture as early as the end of May/beginning of June 2002, well before the notorious Bybee memo.


democommie said...

No Blood For Hubris:

The other night I heard Garrison Keillor quote an old aphorism, "It's easier to apologize than to ask for permission". It's even easier to cry "traitor" at the critics of whatever illegality you're involved in.

Kvatch said...

Time to throw the f*ckers in jail.