The release of the Justice Department "torture memos" has reignited the debate over the interrogation methods used by the Bush administration on terror suspects and the possibility of charges against officials who may have violated the ban on torture. The only trouble, writes Contributing Editor Cathy Young, is that each side has not only its own opinions but its own version of reality.
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