Monday, October 8, 2007

Nazis treated better than terrorist upset some

Some U.S. Army interrogators from World War II are upset over the current interrogation methods being used on terrorist. The interrogators in the article are now in academia, and institution in America which loathes the American experience. The Dallas Morning News failed to mention in the article that these terrorist do not fall within the protection of the Geneva Convention, whereas the Nazis as proper enemy combatants did.

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