Let’s let the Moonie Times tell the story, shall we?
An FBI document suggests the president authorized inhumane interrogation methods against Iraqi detainees, the American Civil Liberties Union said Monday.
The document is among those obtained from the government by the ACLU in a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit in New York.
A two-page FBI e-mail message refers to “a Presidential Executive Order” and contends President George W. Bush directly authorized interrogation techniques that included sleep deprivation, stress positions, the use of military dogs and “sensory deprivation through the use of hoods, etc.,” the ACLU said.
The FBI message was sent in May 2004 from “On Scene Commander — Baghdad” to senior FBI officials.