Not ready for prime-time at the Council on Foreign Relations last Friday, according to Scott Horton. Scott has a question for Hayden:

Would Robert Jackson have prosecuted someone for using these techniques on one of our intelligence operatives in World War II? The answer with respect to the "enhanced interrogation techniques" of which you're so fond is clear (indeed, it's historically documented). There isn't any ambiguity, actually.

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