4,262. 12/5/2002

“In early December 2002, FBI officials who had participated in some interrogations at Guantanamo complained to [General Geoffrey] Miller that the methods used against prisoners at Guantanamo were unlawful. But Miller was not receptive. That led FBI officials to conclude that senior Bush administration officials and Rumsfeld were making decisions about interrogations in particular.” [The 5th of the month used for date sorting purposes only.]

 – Jason Leopold, “Gonzales Memo Advised Bush How to Avoid War Crimes Charges,” PubRecord.org, June 13, 2009

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