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Doctors' role in military interrogation 'violated' ethics

  • Aired: 11/04/2013
  • 08:31
  • Rating: NR
A new report claims that U.S military medical personnel violated ethics by designing and participating in "inhumane and degrading treatment" of prisoners at Guantanamo Bay and other detention sites. Jeffrey Brown speaks with former DOJ official Lee Casey and Dr. Stephen Xenakis, a member of the task force that issued the report.
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