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US lawyer: torture used on the majority of inmates

As the US ignores terror claims against a man it has put on trial for minor charges, human rights lawyer Courtney Busch reviews how it handles people at Camp Delta and international secret prisons – those who it thinks are extremists.
­“These methods of interrogation – the enhanced interrogation techniques as they are so referred – did not happen to the minority, they happened to the majority,” the lawyer told RT.“What happens is you get instructors who are interrogators and guards who are trained in these techniques that are actually used in military training to help army men and women resist interrogation, [using such techniques] on these men in Guantanamo Bay. So, the majority of our clients have had at least one of these techniques used on them,” Courtney Busch explained.