http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A37460-2003Jun26.html The Bush administration has pledged for the first time that the United States will not torture terrorism suspects or treat them cruelly in an attempt to extract information, the Washington Post reports. The move comes as the deaths of two Afghan prisoners in U.S. custody are being investigated as homicides. "All interrogations, wherever they may occur," must be conducted without the use of cruel and inhuman tactics, the Pentagon's senior lawyer wrote after members . . .
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