Thursday, March 31, 2005

Bad apples at the top of the basket.

The ACLU tells us that Abu Ghraib really was the work of just a few bad apples after all. Specifically, Lieutenant General Sanchez.
"General Sanchez authorized interrogation techniques that were in clear violation of the Geneva Conventions and the Army’s own standards," said ACLU attorney Amrit Singh.
I bet that "Army's own standards" part really puts Sanchez in a stress position. If we violated the Geneva Conventions, some wouldn't care, but it's hard to excuse a soldier who disobeys the guidelines of his own army.
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