U.S. employs double standards when it comes to torture

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An article in the Asian Tribune confronts the mindset of "american exceptionalism" that censures crimes in other countries while disavowing accountability for the same offenses by the U.S. government:

This Online Daily did not carry this breaking story [OPR report] but decided to give the whole story of United States' moral retreat when the State Department in its annual human rights report sat on judgment on other nation's human rights practices.

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