Sunday, October 7, 2007

Government Doesn't Torture says Bush

President Bush said on Friday that the government does not torture any detainees but instead protects them. A couple of memos found in 2005 said that the CIA uses harsh interrogation techniques such as head slaps and drownings.

"The techniques that we use have been fully disclosed to appropriate members of the United States Congress," said the hated Bush. According to CIA spokesman George Little the interrogations are conducted in "strict accord" with United States Law.

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