November 8th, 2007
Multimedia journalist Kaj Larsen investigates , and subjects himself to, the practice of waterboarding, an interrogation technique allegedly used by the U.S. government. Larsen produced this in the summer of 2006 but it continues to be an issue in question, what with the Attorney General hearings. Is is it a “grave breach” of the Geneva Conventions or is it a valid interrogation technique? If a detainee may be harboring information which could save the lives of many, how far can interrogators go?
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