According to the Washington Post, high ranking legal experts for the Army, Navy and Marines have told Congress that some techniques military interrogators used to question suspected terrorists at the Guantanamo Bay prison were not allowed by official guidelines.
Their findings, contained in written answers to questions posed by Congressional investigators, contradict an earlier military inquiry that concluded, “These specific applications . . . were creative and aggressive. However, these applications did not violate any U.S. law or policy.”