Portions of Pentagon Working Group
Draft Report on Interrogation Methods,
Reportedly Prepared In Consultation With
The U.S. Deptartment of Justice
Page 43 of 48

The arguments made in the portions of this draft report, from an exclusive by Wall Street Journal reporter Jess Bravin, reveals how Bush administration lawyers rationalized that compliance with international treaties and U.S. laws prohibiting torture could be overlooked because of legal technicalities and national security needs.

March 6, 2003
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