Stephen Soldz

Psychoanalyst at the Boston Graduate School of Psychoanalysis

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A group of psychologists and experts, commissioned by the
government's Intelligence Service Board, have advised US intelligence agencies
that the harsh interrogation techniques used…

Bush Commission Criticizes Its Interrogation Techniques

A group of psychologists and experts, commissioned by the government's Intelligence Service Board, have advised US intelligence agencies that the harsh interrogation techniques used…

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