An interesting profile of the painter who recorded the water-boarding and other methods of torture by the Khmer Rouge. His painting of a torture session now hangs above an actual water-board in the museum of genocide in Cambodia. No word on whether president Bush wants them to remove the waterboard from the exhibit on the grounds that is isn't, in his view, either torture or a war crime.

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