DOJ Report on Bush Torture Memos: Move Along
The Department of Justice OPR (Office of Professional Responsibility) Report on the torture (interrogation) memos from the Bush Administration has been released. You can access all here. It finds the memos did not violate professional ethics.
The report focuses on three men who worked at Justice under President Bush: John Yoo, Jay Bybee and Steven Bradbury. All three worked in the Justice Department's Office of Legal Counsel, crafting the standards for interrogating high-value terrorism detainees.
....the report says the men "exercised poor judgment." That means the men will not face disbarment or criminal punishment.
The report includes e-mails between DOJ, the White House and the CIA. Shorter version: Move along, no misconduct here.
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