Wait, everything is videotaped?

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Check out this report from Seton Hall, published two weeks ago. They FOIAd a bunch of documents an uncover some, stuff that is not widely known (þ Slate):
I. A report issued by a Lieutenant General of the United States Army indicates that more than 24,000 interrogations have been conducted at Guantánamo since 2002.

II. A second report, produced almost simultaneously by the Surgeon General of the United States Army, reveals that all interrogations conducted at Guantánamo were videotaped. Thus, many videotapes documenting Guantánamo interrogations do or did exist.

This has the potential to become interesting pretty fast.

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