The FBI Weren't the Only Ones Objecting to Torture in 2002

Everyone and their armed services were against using torture, except the Bush administation:

Not only did FBI chief Robert Mueller refuse to let his agents participate in the CIA's "coercive interrogations" but when Donald Rumsfeld approved "enhanced interrogation techniques" for Guantanamo Bay in 2002, he did so in defiance of the recommendations of the Army, the Navy, the Marines, the Air Force & the Criminal Investigation Task Force.

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