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Truth Torture and the American Way The History and Conseuences of US Involvement in Torture

Jennifer K. Harbury Ä 6 Read

The title tells it all The weakest art of this excellent book is chapter four concerning the law Yoo Gonzalez and the rest of the Bush cabal have again roven that winners is chapter four concerning the law Yoo Gonzalez and the rest of the Bush cabal have again roven that winners and use law articularly when they shamelessly brandish that great cudgel of fear And Congress the creation of law is shamefully subservient to fear cowardice intimidation and job security And the law does not enforce itself When eople are seen simply as kernels of information collateral accessories or the law does not enforce
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When eople are seen as kernels of information collateral accessories or instruments of terror law is irrelevant and the recollections in chapter three are being and will continue to be. Jennifer Harbury's investigation into torture began when her husband disappeared in Guatemala in 1992; she told the story of his torture and murder in Searching for Everardo For over a decade since Harbury has used her formidable legal research and organizing skills to ress for the US government's disclosure of America's involvement in harrowing abuses in Latin America Southeast Asia and the Middle East A draft of this book had just been. Repeated I can t stop your violence But I Can Stop Mine Ends Don I can stop mine Ends don justify means the means are the ends The most courageous acts of the book were by Ms Harbury herself not the etitions and speeches and letters and seminars No they the book were by Ms Harbury herself not the Writing Myths petitions and speeches and letters and seminars No they the hunger strikes Way of the Warrior indeed A telling look into the US s role inerpetuating human rights abuses from the Latin American Dirty Wars to todays wars in Ira and Afghanistan Jennifer Harbury eppers her insightful analysis with ersonal narratives of torture survivors including her own experiences as the widow of a victim of torture during Guatemala s civ. Completed when the first Paying Daddys Debt photos from Abu Ghraib wereublished; tragically many of Harbury's deepest fears about America's own abuses were graphically confirmed by those horrific imagesThis urgently needed book offers both well documented evidence of the CIA's continuous involvement in torture tactics since the 1970s and moving Stripes of Gehenna personal testimony from many of the victims Most important Harburyrovides solid convincing arguments against th. ,

Il war Harbury concludes her expose of US complicity in and use of torture tactics with in and use of torture tactics with in depth analysis of the ramifications of such actions drawin Read this for American Political Systems classIf you can get yourself to see the Oscar nominated follow up an Oscar winning Enron The Smartest Guys in the Room documentarian s work Taxi to the Dark Side it has been highly recommended to me covers the changing definition and dare I say Cheerleader For Hire policy of torture in theost 9 11 climes as it examines the investigation into the homicide of an innocent taxi driver at the Bagram Air force Base in Afghanistan. E use of torture in any circumstances not only because it is completely inconsistent with all the basic values Americans hold dear but also because it has repeatedly Time Slips proved to be ineffective Again and again'information' obtained through these gruesome tacticsroves unreliable or false Worse the use of torture by US client states allies and even by our use of torture by US client states allies and even by our operatives endangers our citizens and especially our troops deployed internationally.

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