Veto of Bill Banning Torture Places Interrogators in a Bind

March 15, 2008

Posted in: Law Blog, Counterterrorism, Criminal Law, International Criminal Law, International Human Rights Law

In response to President Bush’s decision to veto legislation outlawing waterboarding, Daniel C. Barr (Perkins Coie Brown & Bain) and I wrote this op-ed, Veto of Bill Banning Torture Places Interrogators in a Bind, published in today’s Salt Lake Tribune.

Cross-posted on National Security Advisors Blog.

Learn more information about my casebook Global Perspectives on Counterterrorism here.

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