"a decidedly civil, even dispassionate, confrontation"... over torture

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Shame on DePaul University "law" professor Alberto Coll's respect for the cruel and unusual actions of this government's prime advocate for torture.

And shame on NY Times columnist James Warren for attempting to lend legitimacy to academic complicity in the practice. Torture is always wrong, no exceptions.

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