Jesse Ventura vs. Fox & Friends, Smacks Down Brian Kilmeade's Torture & 9/11 Propaganda





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Published on May 19, 2009

UPDATE February 10, 2010:
British ruling releases memo on 'inhuman' treatment of Guantanamo Bay prisoner
"After a lengthy legal battle, the British government was forced Wednesday to release in full a document describing what a judge called the "cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment" meted out to a former Guantanamo Bay inmate while he was in U.S. custody... the summary describes the techniques used in Mohamed's interrogation while in U.S. custody... The seven paragraphs did not address more serious torture allegations by Mohamed, who says that he was severely beaten, left in stress positions and his genitals were sliced with a scalpel during repeated interrogations after his arrest in Pakistan. His lawyers say those sessions took place under U.S. auspices... Binyam Mohamed, a British resident... was arrested in Karachi, Pakistan, on a passport violation in 2002... At Guantanamo Bay, Mohamed was to be tried on charges that he was plotting with Al Qaeda to detonate a "dirty bomb" in the U.S. But all charges against him were dropped in October 2008"

UPDATE January 27, 2010:
Retired CIA agent made up waterboarding details

Jesse Ventura vs. Fox & Friends, Smacks Down Brian Kilmeade's Torture & 9/11 Propaganda

From Rawstory.com:

"Ventura enrolls Fox & Friends in waterboarding school

By David Edwards

Published: May 19, 2009

A day after schooling the hosts of ABCs The View on waterboarding, Jesse Ventura took his case for prosecuting torture to Fox News.

You are worried about [the terrorists'] welfare, accused Foxs Brian Kilmeade.

No. Im not worried about their welfare. Im worried about what our country stands for, Ventura responded.

This video is from Foxs Fox & Friends, broadcast May 19, 2009."


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