Letters: Jul. 11, 2005

Inside the Wire at Gitmo

Our report on the interrogation log of detainee Mohammed al-Qahtani was criticized by readers who think that U.S. forces treat suspected terrorists better than they ought to expect. Other readers were alarmed by the government's departure from the rule of law and respect for human rights

"A detainee may be stripped of his human dignity, but abusive interrogations dehumanize the interrogators as well."

DEB SLATER -- Yellow Springs, Ohio

"Iinside the interrogation Detainee 063" [June 20] showed the prison camp at the U.S. naval station at Guantánamo Bay to be a prime example of the hypocrisy that...

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