A different (more effective) "law enforcement" approach to terror
I found alot in it, but the headline is that the government's treatment of this guy was different than the Guantanamo/torture treatment used in the past and seems to have resulted in a "gold mine" of information.
This would seem to be another point in the repudiation of the Cheney/Bush torture/detention model pursued for so may years. (This guy was arrested under Bush, but it wasn't until the last days of his presidency that Bush began to give up the "harsh" policies.)
Stray question. Why did anyone really listen to Cheney on these matters? He had no past expertise. He was a politician and CEO.