Destroying evidence is what we do for breakfast

The current controversy over the CIA destroying vital evidence of its officers torturing terror suspects is causing justified outrage – though many establishment commentators seem to have no problem with the random use of torture to obtain pointless intelligence – but the US government has a history of such behaviour.

American Torture expert Michael Otterman explains.

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