On torture

April 27, 2009

There’s nothing I have to add about the efficacy of standard interrogation techniques than this post off Andrew Sullivan’s blog over at The Atlantic. It astounds me that anyone can claim to be empirical when they talk about the necessity for torture. Still more astounding is the fact that people even have to discuss efficacy in this day and age. Torture is wrong. That’s all there is. Even if it were effective, which as you will see, it isn’t.

Andrew Sullivan’s blog

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