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Saturday, January 08, 2005

Retraction: Justice Dept Defines Torture

On Friday, January 7, we printed an article implying the Justice Department took two years before writing guidelines on the difference between interrogation and torture. We found out we were wrong, that guidelines always existed, and interrogators at Guantanamo Bay often had to get permission from Donald Rumsfeld himself to do things like play good cop bad cop.

These guidelines have now been released by an ACLU FOIA lawsuit for the public to see for proper oversight of our government. They have also been faxed to Al-Quaeda and Hamas operatives in charge of their Escape and Evasion training so they are up to date on the latest US interrogation rules and restrictions.

We apologize for the error.