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RE: [philosophy-270] New Meetup: The Torture Debate

From: user 8.
Sent on: Monday, August 31, 2009 5:36 PM
Vernon, I can not make it to the Wednesday meetings anymore.
I really hate to miss the discussions, the ones I attended were great!
Thank you so much for doing this,
Trudy Verboom

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Subject: [philosophy-270] New Meetup: The Torture Debate
Date: Mon, 31 Aug[masked]:35:44 -0400

Announcing a new Meetup for "With an Open Mind" Discussion Group!

What: The Torture Debate

When: September 9,[masked]:30 PM

Private Residence #1
6125 Castle Rock Court
Colorado Springs, CO 80919

In late August we saw the long awaited re-release of a report by the CIA's Office of Inspector General (the agency's internal watchdog) investigating the use of "enhanced interrogation techniques" (an earlier version seemed to be over 90 percent redacted; this one's closer to (only) half blacked out). The release seemingly was timed to Attorney General Holder's decision to reopen a dozen or so prisoner abuse cases. Though it has not yet been released, some had also expected the release of another document -- a report by the Office of Inspector General of the Justice Department on whether John Yoo and other Office of Legal Counsel lawyers violated their professional ethical duties when they wrote memos claiming the administration's proposed torture techniques were legal. All these developments have again brought to the forefront the issue of what interrogation techniques should be used to obtain information, and what should be done with those who exceeded whatever authority they were given.

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