Criminal Conspiracy in Legal Justification for Interrogation Policy

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"There's still a lot we don't know, about how this all took place, how this went up and down the chain of command... Based on what we know now, it would indicate that the Department of Justice would be derelict in its duties to not follow the evidence where it might lead and initiate some sort of criminal investigation. Both of those who perpetrated it and those who ordered it -- the relationship between the lawyers who were assisting part of a criminal conspiracy. Because that's what we're talking about here. A criminal conspiracy to violate the U.S. law against torture." -

Carolyn Patty Blum, emeritus law professor at Berkeley School of Law and expert on international human rights law

see Pressure Mounts for Torture Prosecutions 

by Daphne Eviatar, The Washington Independent

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