JAG Hunter here: Before our very eyes we see the intrusion of "plausible deniability." My surmise: One document not released is the one wherein the tactic being employed here was proffered. No matter, the outcome, the intent is to immunize senior commanders from criminal prosecution under the UCMJ, leavin' regular grunts hangin' out to dry. Take particular note this hefty document production came just one day after Military Judge Pohl ruled the generals had to testify under oath.
White House releases interrogation memos
Thom J. Rose | Correspondent
United Press International
Asked to explain what measures constitute torture and which could be acceptable interrogation techniques, Haynes said, "Techniques cannot be considered in isolation."
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