Waterboarding In Iran?

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Lara Setrakian tweets:

Tehrani source close to those detained says some have been beaten heavily and waterboarded with hot water

Andrew recently stated, "The Tehran regime does not have a record of waterboarding." Could this then be a new development? If so, Ahmadinejad will clearly want to invoke the "Americans did it first!" argument. Sadly, he would be right - regardless of the fact that Iran's torture record is far more brutal and far less justifiable than Cheney's. But he and Yoo have blurred the bright line forever.

-- CB

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