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Ashcroft condemns torture

But won't give details of memos some say sanctioned practice

By Bryan Bender
Globe Staff / June 9, 2004

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WASHINGTON -- Attorney General John D. Ashcroft told Congress yesterday that the Bush administration "rejects torture," but he refused to comment on a series of internal legal memoranda about the treatment of detainees, further fueling speculation that administration policies led to the abuse of prisoners in Iraq and the war on terrorism. (Full Article: 777 Words)

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