Boalt Hall accommodates torture

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Not everyone is OK with this. While Berkeley Law dean Christopher Edley goes out of his way to protect the Torture Professor, there are faculty members who speak out in favor of justice and accountability. The following post is second in a series (part I here):

Robert Cole, a professor emeritus at Berkeley's law school, said he believes the university should conduct its own investigation to determine if Yoo's work for the Bush administration violated the campus' faculty code of conduct.

"The university has got to protect its integrity," Cole said. "Every professor we put in the classroom has to have professional competence and ethical integrity."

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