Laws Require Prosecution

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In 1988 President Reagan signed the Convention Against Torture requiring the U.S. to prosecute those committing torture. Currently, only one CIA officer connected to the interrogation program was prosecuted and it was for being a whistle-blower. So, exposing torture is criminal, but not torture?

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