no exoneration for Torture

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Court complicity in "the great American cop-out" won't preclude a reckoning -- It will simply happen elsewhere, without U.S. participation or involvement or acceptance of responsibility. In the end, sending a torture victim abroad to get justice is just as cowardly as sending him abroad to be tortured.

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