The CIA has now publicly admitted waterboardingTue Feb 5, 2008 15:5618.104.22.168Tuesday, February 05, 2008
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The CIA has now publicly admitted waterboarding terror suspects. CIA director Michael Hayden told Congress it had only been used on three people, and not at all for the past five years. After all this time, if this is all they admit to, it's only the beginning. Catching Bush in one of hundreds of his lies: "We don't torture"? -- Yes, we do.
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