Veterans for Peace present "Torture: Perspectives & Consequences for the Torturer"

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Streamed live on Saturday, August 7 at 10am Pacific time

justine sharrockThis will be a live presentation in St. Louis, MO featuring the following panelists.  The event will be live streamed on this webpage on August 7th.

  • Justine Sharrock:  Justine is author of "Tortured: When Good Soldiers Do Bad Things," will be live streamed from San Francisco, CA
  • Andy Duffy:  Andrew Duffy enlisted as a medic in the Iowa National Guard two days after he turned 17. He testifies to incidents in which Iraqi detainees in Abu Graib Prison desperately in need of medical treatment were denied it.
  • Woody Powell:  Served in the USAF, 1950-54, in Korea 1952-53. Air Police, K-9 Corps. Air Base Defense.  Was Executive Director of Veterans For Peace from 2001 to 2005.
  • Moderated by John Chappell:  Dr. Chappell is an Associate Professor of History at Webster University in St. Louis, Missouri.  He is author of the book, Before the Bomb: How America Approached the End of the Pacific War.   In May 2010, he was panelist in the workshop, "The Atomic Bombings and Indiscriminate Attacks on Civilians," at the International Conference for a Nuclear-Free, Peaceful, Just, and Sustainable World held at Riverside Church in New York City.

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