the importance of remembering what the Torture Memos were really about

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"We tortured people, we tortured many people, and we're arguing about whether two lawyers should get bar discipline?"  - Georgetown law professor David Cole, speaking at the After the OPR Report forum hosted by Alliance for Justice. Cole said that the result of the report is that torture has became professionalized and regularized.


Other panelists Michael S. Frisch, Scott Horton and Bill Yeomans (photo by Ryan J. Reilly).

Criticizing the result of the investigation into authors of memos that authorized harsh interrogation methods used on terrorism suspects, participants concluded that the Internal DOJ Ethics Office is Broken.

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