Mukasey Must Be Clear on Torture, Groups Say
Human rights and policy organizations said today that unless Judge Michael B. Mukasey clarifies his views on torture and the President's obligation to follow prohibitions on torture he "does not deserve to be the chief law enforcement official of the United States."

October 23, 2007

Human rights and policy organizations said today that unless Judge Michael B. Mukasey clarifies his views on torture and the President’s obligation to follow prohibitions on torture he “does not deserve to be the chief law enforcement official of the United States.”

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*We have also posted the letter the Senate Judiciary Commitee has sent to Michael B. Mukasey, asking him to clarify his views on the issue.

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