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Torture, Human Experimentation And The Department of Defense

Jason Leopold, TPR’s editor-at-large and currently deputy managing editor at Truthout, and psychologist and blogger Jeffrey Kaye discuss their groundbreaking report about a little-known directive issued by Paul Wolfowitz in March 2002 that paved loosened rules on human subject protections and how this document was used during the “war on terror.”

Their discussion took place in mid-October at UC Berkeley during Say No To Torture Week. The rest of their discussion, as well as the q&a portion of their talk, can be found at the links below.

YouTube Video: Berkeley No Torture Week, Torture and Human Experimentation, UC Berkeley Law, Oct 15, 2010 Pt2)
YouTube Video: Berkeley No Torture Week, Torture and Human Experimentation, UC Berkeley Law, Oct 15, 2010 Pt3)
YouTube Video: Berkeley No Torture Week, Torture and Human Experimentation, UC Berkeley Law, Oct 15, 2010 Pt4
YouTube Video: Berkeley No Torture Week, Torture and Human Experimentation, UC Berkeley Law, Oct 15, 2010 Pt5
YouTube Video: Berkeley No Torture Week, Torture and Human Experimentation, UC Berkeley Law, Oct 15, 2010 Pt6)
YouTube Video: Berkeley No Torture Week, Torture and Human Experimentation, UC Berkeley Law, Oct 15, 2010 Pt7)

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  1. The following filthy pigs at AFRL were involved in the psychological aspects of one of the most sadistic illegal experimentation/torture programs in U.S. History: Chet Maciag, Colonel Lamar Parker, Lt. Col Bill Gregory. Air Force, crimes against humanity, treason, setups, illegal use of surveillance: http://usgovt-atrocities.com

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