Friday, September 08, 2006

We have ways of making you talk

Pentagon officials yesterday renounced the harsh interrogation tactics adopted since the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. (Pictured below is from left, Stephen Leeder, deputy director of doctrine; Lt. Col. Jeff Jennings; Maj. Matt Garner; and Michael Banks, a judge advocate)

New policy will be adopted specifically forbidding U.S. troops from using forced nudity, hooding, military dogs and waterboarding to elicit information from detainees captured in ongoing wars.

Instead, all suspected international terrorists, al Qaeda operatives and Iraqi insurgents will be sat down and forced to watch 16-hour episodic marathons of “The Greatest American Hero”.

Higher-ups in the ACLU and Senator John McCain have gone on the record calling this new policy “jumping out of the pot and into the fire”.


Blogger dusty said...

The new rules set down by the military do not apply to the how well will these "new rules" work?

3:54 AM  
Blogger Beach Bum said...

Sorry dude, not to digress but I loved that show and song.

6:53 AM  
Blogger Peter Matthes said...

Hey ... no problem Beach Bum.

Different Strokes for different folks.

... and it doesn't end there.

2:33 PM  

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