Here' a question for Abe Greenwald. Since he seems to believe that none of the Bush-approved interrogation techniques are torture or abuse or barred by Geneva, and "no decent person wants to see a picture of Lynndie England for the umpteenth time," does he favor pardoning those who were scapegoated? If not, why not?

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