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Nov 15, 2013
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Inmates at GITMO who suffered "enhanced interrogation" at the hands of the CIA during, the "extraordinary rendition" program have been told they can't sue over their torture. (The U.S. is a nation of laws. But GITMO isn't in the U.S.) The government argues that the "United States Government has absolute control of U.S. captives' CIA memories because where they were held and what was done to them. Ironically, the government did release some of the prisoners' "CIA Memories" to the makers of the macho military porn movie "Zero Dark Thirty," which used them to re-create the torture. (Woman: Wow- you really did all this? to people?) (Man 3: Cool, huh? So how many points you give us?) Torture the victims can't sue over. (Man 3: Be happy!) (Man 4: At least they're not giving away over torture memories for "exposure..."
Nov 22, 2013
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