Links to US torture reports:
The New York Times
Knowlton, Brian. 2009. “Report gives new detail on approval of brutal techniques.” New York Times, April 22.
Shane, Scott and Mark Mazzetti. 2009. “In adopting harsh tactics, no inquiry into their past.” New York Times, April 22.
Shane, Scott. 2009. “2 suspects waterboarded 266 times.” New York Times, April 20.
The editors. 2009. “The torturers’ manifesto.” New York Times, April 18.
Danner, Mark. 2009. “Tales from torture’s dark world.” The New York Times, March 14.
Krugman, Paul. 2009. “Reclaiming America’s soul.” The New York Times, April 23.
Greenwald, Glenn. 2009. “The NYT’s definition of blinding American exceptionalism.” Salon.com, May 8. In which Greenwald points out that the American press calls all non-American-based torture by its name.
“(U)sing the editorial standards of America’s journalistic institutions — as explained recently by the NYT Public Editor — shouldn’t this (non-US-based torture) be called ‘torture’ rather than torture — or ‘harsh tactics some critics decry as torture’? Why are the much less brutal methods used by the Chinese on Fischer called torture by the NYT, whereas much harsher methods used by Americans do not merit that term? Here we find what is clearly the single most predominant fact shaping our political and media discourse: everything is different, and better, when we do it. In fact, it is that exact mentality that was and continues to be the primary justification for our torture regime and so much else that we do.”