Daphne Eviatar

Human Rights First

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Senior counsel at Human Rights First, based in New York; former legal reporter for the Washington Independent, a web-paper on politics and policy published by the Center for Independent Media

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During the Bush Administration, the CIA referred for possible prosecution about 20 cases of prisoner interrogations so abusive they might have violated the law.

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During the Bush Administration, the CIA referred for possible prosecution about 20 cases of prisoner interrogations so abusive they might have violated the law.

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During the Bush Administration, the CIA referred for possible prosecution about 20 cases of prisoner interrogations so abusive they might have violated the law.

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During the Bush Administration, the CIA referred for possible prosecution about 20 cases of prisoner interrogations so abusive they might have violated the law.

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