In this episode on BBC Radio, psychiatrist Raj Persaud reports on the CIA’s so-called “enhanced interrogation” program, which has frequently been characterized as torture. He discusses the involvement of psychologists John Bruce Jessen and James Mitchell in the development of the program as well as the psychological trauma experienced by survivors of “enhanced interrogation.”
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