On Torture

Today’s Washington Post includes an op-ed by Eric Fair, a former civilian interrogator in Iraq in early 2004. Fair’s duties were to deprive the detainee of sleep, force him to stand in a corner, and strip him of his clothes. “Three years later,” Fair writes, “the tables have turned. It is rare that I sleep through the night without a visit from this man. His memory harasses me as I once harassed him.” Please read it all here.


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