CIA interrogator says he tortured Abu Zubaydah with the approval of higher-ups. He also says the information derived from the torture was useful, contrary to what's been reported elsewhere. Last, he says that we shouldn't be torturing people: ""We're Americans, and we're better than this. And we shouldn't be doing this kinda thing."

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