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TODAY'S DEMOCRACY NOW!:



* Congressional Hearings Shed New Light on Government's Endorsement of

Torture; Maj. Gen. Taguba Accuses Bush Administration of War Crimes *



On Tuesday, the Senate Armed Services Committee held an eight-hour hearing

that exposed the role of top Bush administration officials in authorizing

the use of harsh interrogation techniques. Meanwhile, Retired Major General

Antonio Taguba, the Army general who first investigated the abuse at Abu

Ghraib, has accused the Bush administration of committing war crimes. "The

commander in chief and those under him authorized a systematic regime of

torture," Taguba said.



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http://www.democracynow.org/2008/6/19/congressional_hearings_sheds_new



 

* As Senate Confirms Psychologists Helped Devise Military Interrogation

Techniques, APA Presidential Candidate Steven Reisner Condemns Role of

Psychologists in Torture *



The Senate investigation confirmed the Pentagon sought the help of military

psychologists as early as 2002 to devise so-called aggressive interrogation

techniques. Dr. Steven Reisner is a psychoanalyst and a leading critic of

the American Psychological Association's policy governing the role of

psychologists in interrogations. He is running for president of the APA and

has received more nominating votes than any other candidate.



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http://www.democracynow.org/2008/6/19/as_senate_confirms_psychologists



 

* "Broken Laws, Broken Lives": Medical Study Confirms Prisoners in US

Custody Were Physically & Mentally Tortured *



A new report by the Physicians for Human Rights has, for the first time,

found medical evidence corroborating the claims of former prisoners who say

they were tortured while in US custody. Teams of medical specialists

conducted physical and psychological tests on the former prisoners,

including exams intended to assess if they were lying. We speak to Dr. Allen

Keller.



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http://www.democracynow.org/2008/6/19/broken_laws_broken_lives_medical



 

* McClatchy Interviews 66 Fmr. Prisoners Held by US, Finds Widespread Abuse

and Wrongful Imprisonments *



McClatchy Newspapers has conducted an extensive eight-month investigation of

the US detention system created after 9/11. Based on interviews with

sixty-six former prisoners, the investigation found that the US imprisoned

innocent men, subjected them to abuse, stripped them of their legal rights

and allowed Islamic militants to turn the prison camp at Guantanamo Bay into

a school for jihad.



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http://www.democracynow.org/2008/6/19/mcclatchy_interviews_66_fmr



 

* Headlines for June 19, 2008 *



Gen. Taguba: Bush Administration Committed War Crimes

Exxon Mobil, Shell, BP to Get No-Bid Oil Contracts in Iraq

Israel-Hamas Ceasefire Begins

NATO Launches Large-Scale Anti-Taliban Offensive

Officials: 30 Levees Along Mississippi River Could Overflow

Bush Urges Congress to Lift Oil Drilling Ban

McCain Calls for 45 New Nuclear Reactors

Ex-Clinton Cabinet Officials to Advise Obama on Foreign Policy

Muslim Women Kept from Camera at Obama Rally

Prosecution of Undocumented Immigrants Reaches New High

Protesters to Rally Against Health Insurance Companies

CBS Reporter: Watching US Media "Would Drive Me Nuts"



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http://www.democracynow.org/2008/6/19/headlines


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