Torture is a "real-life problem"

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How are we going to solve it?

(clue: not by awarding war criminals with positions in academia)

Former U.S. Secretary of State and Nobel Peace Prize winner Henry Kissinger teaches at Georgetown University, as does former Central Intelligence Agency Director George Tenet... John Yoo, the deputy assistant attorney general who gave the Bush administration guidance on torture, is now a law professor at the University of California Berkeley. Other government officials have gone on to be college presidents or law school deans.

NBC Bay Area

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