former State Department attorney recalls the "Summer of Torture",

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warns that crimes could be repeated if Justice Department not fixed

"So long as we avoid any process of accountability (no trials, no commissions, nothing), we can expect to remain stuck in a depressing spiral of arguments over whether torture is ever justified or legal" - David Kaye, Executive Director of the UCLA School of Law International Human Rights Program 

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