the torture of isolation

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In disturbing reports from the US, it appears that Private First Class Bradley Manning, the former intelligence analyst accused of leaking the Afghan and Iraqi war logs, the US diplomatic cables and the "Collateral Damage" video, which have dominated headlines globally since WikiLeaks began making them available in April this year, is being held in conditions that bear a marked and chilling resemblance to the conditions in which a handful of US citizens and residents were held as "enemy combatants" under the Bush administration. - Andy Worthington

blogger Bradley Gardner asks: 

...if John Yoo made an indisputable case for the legality of torture in certain 
situations, does that mean its right, or does that expose a fundamental flaw in our 
legal system?

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