Now can you answer my question that you avoided earlier. If you were prosecuting a foreign national who had treated a US soldier/prisoner in this way what would you charge them with?
Still waitin on that answer?
When they do it to us, according to international law(?) it's classified as torture.
But when we do it to them, the neo-cons refer to it as only an "enhanced interrogation".
A semantic charade.
Ask John McCain. He says he was "tortured". I'll take his word for it.
(Nice to have a real debate around this ghost town again. Thanks to all).