Flurry of suicide attempts at Guantanamo
Matt Kelley | Writer
The Associated Press | Seattle Post-Intelligencer
"We think that pushing someone to the brink of suicide, particularly where the person comes from a culture with strong taboos against suicide, and it is evidenced by acts of self-mutilation, would be a sufficient disruption of the personality to constitute a `profound disruption,'" Bybee, now a federal appeals court judge, wrote to White House Counsel Alberto Gonzales."
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