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Torture. 2006;16(2):128-33.

Psychology and U.S. psychologists in torture and war in the Middle East.

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  • 1Institute for Redress & Recovery, Santa Clara University, San Jose, California 95128, USA. gerald.gray@aaci.org

Abstract

The involvement of U.S. psychologists and their influence on torture in Cuba, Afghanistan and Iraq provides previously unrevealed evidence of U.S. torture and military tactical policy, and points to probable military goals the U.S. Administration has denied. What is revealed is that current torture has been designed and used, not so much for interrogation as the Administration and the media insist, but for control by terror. Further, Iraqi civilian deaths may be deliberate and for the same purpose. That is, discovery of involvement of the U.S. psychological professions is a clue to torture, and perhaps killing, as policy, not accident.

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