Having a tube jammed into your nose is just what it sounds like.

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"any day, some prisoners may die, and we'll have to explain why it took longer for us to make sense of why we were holding them than it did for them to give up on their lives...

Force-feeding may not be one of the "enhanced interrogation techniques" sanctioned by John Yoo, in what he refers to as "the bad things" opinion, but the United Nations Human Rights Commission defines it as torture none-the-less.

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