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straight talk," we like what we see, therefore it will pass as law" The law, bill, act of HR1540 sec D that deals with this seems to have the same wording. here is the link that spells it out www.abovetopsecret.com... it seems the calls feel on death ears, not surprised
White House officials said Tuesday they were reviewing the bill. It was unclear whether they would hold firm on the veto threat.
from a SOF article on the use of torture, it is and will be a fine line to use or cross knowing that the suspect has 100% real intel is one thing , using it to use it is an other. here is a link that has the same article www.military.com...
"Imagine for an instant that you are opposed to the concept of torture and you arrest someone who is clearly implicated in the preparation of a terrorist attack. The suspect refuses to talk. You do not insist. A particularly murderous attack is launched. What will you say to the parents of the victims, to the parents of an infant, for example, mutilated by the bomb to justify the fact that you did not utilize all means to make the suspect talk?"