Coalition for an Ethical Psychology has put out a press release charging the American Psychological Association with complicity in the supporting military and CIA psychologists in the development and implementation of the U.S. torture program. While the APA has released a letter ostensibly in support of a licensing complaint against CIA contractor-interrogator-torturer James Mitchell, a look at the letter itself and the context surrounding it presents a different story.
|By: Jeff Kaye Saturday August 14, 2010 2:43 pm|
|By: Jeff Kaye Wednesday July 7, 2010 10:05 pm|
The announcement of a United Kingdom torture inquiry has been met with approval by many, but many questions remain about whether the inquiry will really produce what the UK government promises. Meanwhile, in the U.S., frustrated by government obstructionist policies aimed against accountability for torture crimes, some are turning to legal actions against psychologists who were involved in torture.
|By: JohnEly Wednesday May 13, 2009 8:43 am|
at Mitchell Jessen & Associates, responsible for the SERE-inspired torture program. These are the private contractors, following the Spiegel journalists, which go unmentioned by name in Soufan’s testimony today to the Senate Judiciary Committee.
These are the private contractors, following the Spiegel journalists, which go unmentioned by name in Soufan’s testimony today to the Senate Judiciary Committee.