Can Cliff May explain what he disapproved of in Abu Ghraib? Isn't it all part of the same apparatus of "enhanced interrogation" he believes in so much? Where, in his mind, is the distinction between what was done there and the techniques outlined in the memos written by Yoo, Bybee, Bradbury et al? Or do only reservist torturers have to go to jail? And federalist society torturers get to retire at AEI?

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