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Late December 2002-Early January 2003: Guantanamo Military Lawyers Express Concern over Interrogation Techniques

Military legal experts at Guantanamo, particularly from the Navy, inform the Office of General Counsel that they have concerns about the interrogation techniques being used there. It’s “not clear whether it is the techniques that are being used, the techniques that have been requested, or somebody’s speculation about a change in techniques at Guantanamo,” the Pentagon’s Principal Deputy General Counsel Daniel J. Dell’Orto will later say at a press briefing in June 2004. (Washington File 6/23/2004; Jehl 8/25/2004)


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