Should Bush Administration Officials Be Prosecuted Over Torture?

Those in favor cite international law. Others say stopping terrorism, by the rules, is no crime.

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Bush administration figures have been accused of orchestrating the torture of prisoners. Those who favor prosecuting them say torture is a war crime and thus demands punishment. Those against prosecution cite the terrorism risk and say interrogations were all by the book. What do you think? Should there be trials? Post your thoughts below, and don't forget to check out the debate in the latest issue of U.S. News Weekly.

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