Journalism in the Public Interest


Articles Tagged With “Detainee Treatment Scandal”

A Secret E-Mail Argument Among Psychologists About Torture

In a running debate, members of the American Psychological Association found themselves deeply divided about their profession's involvement in coercive interrogations.

Government Could Destroy Records in Hundreds of Guantanamo Cases

Volumes of letters and notes could be shredded because of concerns about classified information and attorney-client confidentiality.

Tortured Profession: Psychologists Warned of Abusive Interrogations, Then Helped Craft Them

The government's handling of prisoners put psychologists in a position of working within a system that violated their ethical principles.

Dozens of Prisoners Held by CIA Still Missing, Fates Unknown

More than two years after President Bush acknowledged the program of secret overseas prisons, many who were jailed remain unaccounted for.

List of Likely CIA Prisoners Who Are Still Missing

Most of those captured and held in secret prisons have not been identified by the government, but human rights groups have tried to track them.

Bush Memos Suggest Abuse Isn’t Torture If a Doctor Is There

Health professionals were assigned to monitor interrogations and to intervene if coercive techniques went too far.

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