Pretzeled Definitions of Torture

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Is the Libyan war legal? Was Bin Laden's killing legal? Is it legal for the president 
of the United States to target an American citizen for assassination? Were those 
"enhanced interrogation techniques" legal? These are all questions raised in recent 
weeks. Each seems to call out for debate, for answers. Or does it?

It's time to stop wondering whether its acts are illegal and start asking: Do you 
really want to be this "safe"?

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