Monday, January 31, 2005

Maureen Dowd: Torture Chicks Gone Wild

(courtesy of Oak, who sent it as a companion piece to the previous post about the students who are willing to give up their rights)

Dowd, Maureen. Torture Chicks Gone Wild New York Times (January 30, 2005)

A former American Army sergeant who worked as an Arabic interpreter at Gitmo has written a book pulling back the veil on the astounding ways female interrogators used a toxic combination of sex and religion to try to break Muslim detainees at the U.S. prison camp in Cuba. It's not merely disgusting. It's beyond belief.

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