Saturday, October 16, 2004

And Your Point Is?

New York Times whines:
One regular procedure [of interrogation] that was described by people who worked at Camp Delta, the main prison facility at the naval base in Cuba, was making uncooperative prisoners strip to their underwear, having them sit in a chair while shackled hand and foot to a bolt in the floor, and forcing them to endure strobe lights and screamingly loud rock and rap music played through two close loudspeakers, while the air-conditioning was turned up to maximum levels, said one military official who witnessed the procedure. The official said that was intended to make the detainees uncomfortable, as they were accustomed to high temperatures both in their native countries and their cells.

Make them *gasp* uncomfortable? Heaven forefend! This harsh treatment was in lieu of the preferred liberal method of asking them to politely refrain from all murderous activities if we apologize for ever having allowed Christians into American society and make promises to abandon Israel to the mercies of the merciless UN.


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