Report on American Psychological Association’s Role in Bush-Era Interrogation Program

A detainee with wires attached to him in Abu Ghraib prison in Baghdad in 2003 (AP)

A detainee with wires attached to him in Abu Ghraib prison in Baghdad in 2003 (AP)

Source: New York Times

A new report by a group of dissident health professionals and human rights activists argues that the American Psychological Association secretly collaborated with the administration of President George W. Bush to bolster a legal and ethical justification for the torture of prisoners swept up in the post-Sept. 11 war on terror. APRIL 30, 2015 RELATED ARTICLE

Read the report in New York Times

Categories: Americas, Highlight, Torture

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