Has Anyone Asked...?
Of the formerly 750 prisoners at Guantanamo Bay prison, more than 420 have been released, and dozens more cleared to be released.
Any idea what would happen if these people had been tortured during their stay? Assuming, of course, waterboarding, stress positions, and BEING LOCKED INSIDE A FUCKING PRISON don't count.
Is anyone (Ben Stein, 2002: "I don't understand why we have any concern about these people at all. I mean, these people are major league scumbag killers.") interested in revising their former opinions of those held at the prison?
Anyone still on about "any means necessary" when questioning people? Or doubling the size of Guantanamo?
Supposing, just supposing here, that some of these innocent people were tortured - and they gave up some information... and that information was acted on. What then?
And where, exactly, does one stop?