Antitorture group demands probe of doctors' roles in experiments on detainees

It should disturb every person of faith

The National Religious Campaign Against Torture wants the government to investigate claims that doctors and medical professionals performed unethical experiments on detainees in CIA custody during the Bush administration.

Members of NRCAT, representing more than 280 religious groups seeking to end U.S.-sponsored torture, on June 8 in Washington voiced their concerns over a report from the Physicians for Human Rights called “Experiments in Torture: Evidence of Human Subject Research and Experimentation in the ‘Enhanced’ Interrogation Program.”

 

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