Allamorph Posted May 14, 2009 Share Posted May 14, 2009 [FONT=Arial]Back at the end of April, the current administration agreed, at the American Civil Liberties Union, to release photographs of alleged abusive interrogations done in Iraq. ([URL="http://www.upi.com/Top_News/2009/04/23/Obama-to-release-interrogation-photos/UPI-94901240542264/"][COLOR="Blue"]Brief news article.)[/COLOR][/URL] But apparently president Obama was somewhat against the decision, and now several senators are urging the president's administration to [URL="http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2009/05/12/lawmakers-urge-obama-fight-releasing-photos-detainee-abuse/"][COLOR="Blue"]fight the release[/COLOR][/URL], saying doing so will hurt us both in the short and long run. The ACLU is not terribly happy with these people. My only question in all of this: who in their right mind photographs an interrogation session? Unless you happen to get off on torture. And if that's the case, why were you allowed a camera while in the room in the first place? Half of me wants to question the legitimacy of interrogation photos period since I would like to believe no one is stupid enough to have them and get them leaked. And then the other half is thinking "smooth move, ex-lax".[/FONT] Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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