Another empathy for the enemy story

NY Times:
The Guantánamo Bay prison in Cuba in 2010.

C.I.A. Torture Left Scars on Guantánamo Prisoner’s Psyche for Years


Newly declassified documents show that the waterboarding and other torture techniques used against Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri had long-term consequences.
This is like a story that says prison has been hard of Charles Manson or el Chapo.  When it comes to mass murders I have a low empathy quotient.   It is just too bad it did not happen to more members of the al Qaeda death cult.

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