[The nonpartisan report] describes in detail the ethical compromise of government lawyers who offered “acrobatic” advice to justify brutal interrogations and medical professionals who helped direct and monitor them. And it reveals an internal debate at the International Committee of the Red Cross over whether the organization should speak publicly about American abuses; advocates of going public lost the fight, delaying public exposure for months, the report finds.

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    Why has nobody been arrested and prosecuted for these international crimes?
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    This is so disappointing about the Red Cross…
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