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APA collaborated with the George W. Bush administration to keep psychologists involved with the interrogation program after the 2004 Abu Ghraib photo scandal — which showed abuse toward prisoners. Its well-known that doctors and psychologists oversaw the interrogators to ensure they didn’t break the law by torturing or abusing detainees. But according to the April report and this new one, senior officials at the APA shaped the association’s ethics policies to align with the needs of the Department of Defense’s (DoD) interrogation policies.