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Waterboarding Without Euphemism

My friend Malcolm Nance, who used to train Navy special forces how to survive waterboarding, bravely testified to Congress last fall in opposition to the U.S.

Jul 31, 2020
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My friend Malcolm Nance, who used to train Navy special forces how to survive waterboarding, bravely testified to Congress last fall in opposition to the U.S. embrace of the practice. Now, Amnesty International has turned part of Malcolm’s testimony into a powerful film as part of its new anti-torture campaign. Don’t watch this segment if you have a weak stomach.
This is the euphemism-free version of what those 7,000 pages of Justice Dept.-CIA documents discuss.
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