Talk:Intelligence interrogation, U.S., review

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 Definition Policy explorations and directives, across multiple Administrations, as to what is legal, ethical, productive and necessary in human-source intelligence; extrajudicial detention is closely involved [d] [e]


Howard, this article contains a good start for a discussion for Holder's decision to investigate interrogation abuses during the Bush administration. As I said on the talk page for Eric Holder, once we establish more context (here), we may be able to delete portions there (Eric Holder). Michel van der Hoek 14:37, 9 September 2009 (UTC)

Not trying to be right or wrong, as we went through recently with the News experiment, we aren't a vehicle for the most current news unless we already have context. I'm opposed to putting up fragments from purely journalistic sources, without supporting documents, on any article page until we start establishing context. Otherwise, we are no different from Yahoo News. Where's the distinction of Citizendium? Howard C. Berkowitz 16:11, 9 September 2009 (UTC)