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: Dispatches from the Culture Wars

Jay Bybee: Real Victim of the Torture Memos

By Ed Brayton

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Jay Bybee was the man who, along with John Yoo, wrote the memos that authorized the torture and abuse of innocent men. But he wants you to know that he's the real victim in all of this:

"I have regrets because of the notoriety that this has brought me," he said. "It has imposed enormous pressures on me both professionally and personally. It has had an impact on my family. And I regret that, as a result of my government service, that that kind of attention has been visited on me and on my family."
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Full post as published by Dispatches from the Culture Wars on July 20, 2010 (boomark / email).

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