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good, yeah, very cool. package there for marty, corresponded our coaching team, roscoe, if we can check out that video in more detail if you like on how to use youtube channel is right, i'll hop on 12 in the afternoon on saturday here with monica. we're back soon, in fact, in half an hour with more of your welcome. hey, look forward to talking to you all. that technology should work for people. a robot must obey the orders given by human beings, except where such order that conflict with the 1st law show your identification. we should be very careful about artificial intelligence. and the point obviously is to great trust rather than fear a very job with artificial intelligence. real, somebody with a
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robot must protect its own existence with ah, my father had contacted many lawyers in both canada and in the united states and no one was prepared to do this. they were very, very brave to go up against the government in this way. that my parents thought of them as heroes. and and so today, david orla, coach stanley, has a member of parliament to didn't really help us that much. the powers of being auto were more concerned about not rocking the boat with their american colleagues. and they were about advancing a case that was brought by one of their own members of parliament. me do
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a lot of bizarre physical therapy's going on in psychiatry at the time. but no one has ever used a combination of very powerful drugs, electric convulsed therapy, extended sleep, sensory isolation, and all the other methods that she was using. there's been never, never anything like this. where i grew up, this was my street. you see that tree there. i remember when i could put my fingers around it we we planted that tree so that tree is planted in 1945. it's quite a long time ago. harvey decided to write a book about his father's experiences. as he researched the legal case, he began to get a lot of attention. some strange things were happening. may always arriving in our
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house opened. there were all these strange clicks on the telephone. then about 2 weeks after that, i'm driving to pick up my kids from a school dance clear night. clear road from behind me comes a car with no headlights on slams into me, pushes me off the road and disappears, or something that i really haven't spoken about and nothing like this of course ever happened again. but it, does it interesting questions. do sarah has been making up about her grandmother since 2009? we're going to fill a video. it's going to be a doctor and my grandmother locked in this dance that never ends. i think of it
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this has like a like a, a purgatory state or just like i never got never got resolved it. never. she never got better. we thought this was over. we thought this was about history. i didn't fifty's early, 960. it never crossed my mind that the united states would be using methods to cameron used to destroy. ah, i have to admit, i think i know the wolf fairly well at peace, even if i hadn't traveled to it. but i really didn't know about the twins house. i didn't know that the twin tiles even existed home. i will never forget that. i was installing service for
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a gentleman, n g o. ah, one of the workers said, there is a war in the united and i was saying was, oh, who was in my office which is and, and then suddenly the phone started to ring a la ah, oh, if it's something new middle about okay. and how that group is able to evolve to a point where you learn later that, that 19 dogs with box cutters was able to bring the united states to our knees. ah,
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immediately mark was ordered to florida to help drew out the invasion of afghanistan. a 2001, i made the decision a life changing decision that turned out to be to go to afghanistan and to do that with my wife, my children. the war on terrorism begins america and britain strike afghanistan on october, the 7th, 2001. the war on terror began. it's public, it's pure public. this isn't just the united states, bombing, sorties, and campaigns. this is now soldiers on the ground, armed people in the streets,
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killing people, arresting people, torturing people, and on the target. missouri was captured, entertained in migrant air base for the in february, 2003, he was taken to guantanamo bay detention camp. accused to being a member of al qaeda. he was considered high risk, and for the next 22 months, he was held in solitary confinement. ah, after 911, when i received a phone call. and it was the d isn't the director of our security. and he explained to me that the u. s. government asked him to arrest me.
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mohammed was accused of being the leader of an al qaeda south in both germany and montreal. in the chaos, president bush signed a secret direct giving the cia authority to kill capture terrorists anywhere in the years that followed several dozen acro crisscross the glow, making thousands of flights faced with an onslaught of prisoners, the bush administration drew up a memorandum known as the torture memories, it set out the legal basis for using these techniques in the war on terror and cited the hooded menu for 978 judgment.
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within months, the cia rolled out these methods with in guantanamo, and all its black sites. they call them enhanced interrogation techniques the cia chon, to contracts psychologist who had no experience with al qaeda, who had no experience with interrogations, and had no experience in the middle east gym and i went into a cubicle, sat down at a, at a he sat down at the typewriter and together we wrote out the list as techniques that we thought had work well in the series school. well, i had already been told that the geneva conventions didn't apply to the capture detainee did not, did not apply to the capture detainees by the attorneys at the cia. and so i don't
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think i thought about to leave a convention made became what i will often refer to as a modern day equivalent of snake oil salesman. these 2 psychologist were awarded a $183000000.00 contract to run a program of torture. e . he's dr. cameron's experiments and sensory deprivation overland, along with the code, we'll see a program to create a method mix of torture techniques. all social change has almost entirely taken place in consequence on something else. it has not been controlled. we need to protect society from those that can bring it once more into kills. the strong must protect others from these people
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are the american psychological association is world's largest organization of psychologists, and probably has the most influence over the community of psychologists around the world. ah, secretly, b a. p. any and make it psychologists lacking in the torture program to override that ethical code of dean and home. if the military and cia required it a program of abusive interrogations. the program of torture at the cia was designed by psychologists and at guantanamo was designed by a psychologist and a psychiatrist after they were trained in the techniques and in the program of the
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ca, abuse. and that's when i could basically stand no . and so suddenly i went from just being the psychologist in my office to becoming the face of opposition to the a p. s. position. war is a strategic business. our planning and our execution needs to be really well thought out. and it has consequences for years. and i was in conversations with the department of defense and with the white house. and i learned that we had psychiatrists and psychologists who were advising the interrogation teams.
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i then i learned that they were not just advising that they were involved by. i was stunned a girl . it's taking all this time for me to build the picture of what's been involved here. man, the secrecy that was behind this torture program with ah
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ah, ah oh, is your media a reflection of reality? ah, in a world transformed what will make you feel safer? isolation, whole community. are you going the right way? where are you being led to somewhere? which direction what is true? what is faith in the world corrupted,
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you need to descend so join us in the depths or remain in the shallows. ah, ah, ah, in russia this coolness of car was discontinued more than 20 years ago. even lost a mortal from oklahoma. so in the world, a little more sort of in the self to propose rubbish. dealing with just important factors. it took 5 years to close the gap on the world car industry from going back to the 1st finished model ah skip sessa will on over. the thought that polls kia dealers, couple with latino motions. miss northwood from folsom. shift over millennium luca
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crockett with wilson were the pretty much it was the deal with commercial ah, in the punishment wing known as india block mohammed do was isolated from all other detainees. sh, recorded the fritz because it's very cool. i was, there was to level so i mean was to level no foot, nothing total isolation, the psychological and physical torture. and i was in until the 247 deborah american had sealed because of my activism
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that i was planted in germany somewhere to go home to the ltd listed either who confessed little klein or we're going to put you in the door shut off. and i said go for it very much. i was really stupid. hello bag that american said, the logic says that without 2 they wouldn't meet 911. suddenly, mohammed was close the most important prisoner england on the way of psychologist in this torture program, astounds me. i saw that we're heading down a road that i knew was going to be disastrous. in 2002 mark put his neck on the line and one to his superior. that the c i n. when using torture.
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i felt like there was an avalanche. you can see these boulders coming down and you could wave your arms and you try to stop it. i could not stop what was happened. the blood thirst to torture people who is just great for any one person. stop. your interrogation rules of engagement go far beyond geneva convention stress positions, sleep management, dietary manipulation. all of these things go far beyond a standard which says there'll be no physical or mental torture, nor any other form of coercion. that's the geneva convention. these rules of engagement for interrogation issued by your department are inconsistent with those . my recollection is that any instructions that have been issued or anything that's been authorized by the department, was checked by the lawyers in your shop, in the department, in the office of the secretary of defense and deemed to be consistent with the jan
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. absolutely. and you, through a secretary of defense, donald rumsfeld was convinced that mohammed retreated 3 of the 911 hijackers. he personally authorized a 90 day special project status, them comedy with her and as consequences 7, the order to abuse prisoners was unlawful. but to build up to that unlawful order, they need justification. and so what they did was, are they sent a colonel to, to guantanamo to look and try to justify what was going on. and he said, going to hannibal bay is america's battle lab. in the moment i heard that it evoked memories of nuremberg and evoke memories of what the not, not is were doing experiments the thing they started with, the sleep deprivation regime and then a massive guide broaden disease. so it was very dog except for strobe lights.
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and then he sat and then his darkening his music lid, the bodies of more all day long. you know, you know, i cannot explain to one someone is put doing shackle shackle soon to the floor and a group of people to women and a guy come and force them on to fe . know that war has a moral imperative. america after 911 was in shock, and i think we had been deeply frightened, and i think that fear was exploited. certainly in the years after that and is
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continued to be exploited. my understanding is you get more 911 detainees than any other person i. i've met a number of them. yes, i meant probably more than anyone else chime. can you tell me that? i can't specifically talk about what i have um my, my meetings with them or what i've learned about these men. i've met colleagues shake mohammad holly been, natasha ramsey been al sheep amar al belushi. and possibly these men were subjected to all these tactics. and there is absolutely no evidence. absolutely not a shred of evidence that,
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that these tactics used armies man really gave us any intelligence that was important or useful to our country. ah, we created on kind of iraq with our torture, you know, kind of rock more to what we call isis today. dash ice or the same? it's just a manifestation of torture. these are programs that we created. and we're living with those results to them. you said that you things as workrooms. oh this is absolutely we're crimes. we knew there were crimes. ah, this new substitute motion is here to rectify 10 years of deceitful and secret collusion to impede the will of the membership
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into intense stephen rising. other protest as possible with the a pig is coming to and we're here today to reset our moral compass. we had been trying for 10 years to prevent psychologists from being part of national security interrogations that we had spoke. we acknowledge you, we apologize and we changed, ah, stuff to being held for 3 years. madame was released without child closely herself. so it would have happened if i got on a plane and come back home to england, but what would have happened? would i end up in guantanamo would these would these painful would this plentiful
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period ever have happened? would i be the person i have today? i can't answer those questions, but i do often say to myself, why didn't i just get on a plane and go back home? or mohammed do these confessions were found to be the result of talk. he was released without charge in after 14 years in guantanamo or i was no match to them. they destroyed me, they won, they broken it. and there is nothing i could say, you know, to save my face or to say, or i one, no, i did not because those people out of professional doctors who studied just for this purpose, to destroy human spirit and make it dependent obedience and make them confess. to whatever they want them to confess to in august 2017,
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the 2 psychologists who created the cia torture program were about to be put on trial. we were soldiers doing what we were instructed to do. we knew it was lawful . we knew it was wiggle. we knew it had been vetted and approved. do you think it's possible, as a psychologist that an individual who was subjected to them a suffered long term visible or psychological form judge? do you think it's possible that i sleep deprivation taken to the extreme could induce severe mental pain or suffering? objection? the c, i a settled out of court for an undisclosed amount. no liability was admitted. world law and government will intensify the problem of the growing anonymity of the common man. but we muster mister cl,
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spread neither friendly and not unfriendly around us. a world in which we must at last take final responsibility for ourselves to ensure that in the fight isis and al qaeda, we continued to have all necessary power to detain terrace wherever we chase them down wherever we find them. and in many cases, for them, it will now be guantanamo bay. minimum. $1000000.00 construction program has been announced at guantanamo bay, which could see it treble in population. what makes this issue important? guantanamo has become the calling cry. torture is some sign of american
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power that allows people to think that america will be great. again. united states right now is one terrorist attack away from re instituting torture. since the 1950s, we know these techniques have been used in afghanistan, argentina, australia, bonita, present. british guy on british camry, canada, chinney, kiva, great britain, guatemala, honduras, iran, iraq, israel, lithuania, morocco, northern. i'm in pakistan. the philippines, poland romania, thailand, tactic iraq, line, vietnam, and ian was,
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. so crocker watch kaiser reporting with ah, why group monitors the compliance of all g 20 members with their commitments? they made up their all last summer. and what we have found is that a year later on the even the wrong saw countryside comply. unprecedentedly high level 80 my percent and then i'm optimistic that because that break shaw cold. it is to always i think will get high compliance with the wrong commitments on cold bit too. mm.
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the headlines are what are you to national the french catholic church. i admit, said baz, quote, institutional sponsibility for decades of child sex abuse by clergyman and abuse. victim tells us he justice must be so now it is necessary for the pope himself to recognize the institution responsibility of the church to recognize all its crimes and all the offences that has committed. what is happening in the mediterranean is a real genocide that weighs on the conscience of european states of the european union. and italian may accuses the e. u of putting lives at risk with its failure to stem, the influx of migrants from across the mediterranean. it's really hard to breathe. i guess this was real war might look like that. smoke grenades, nuclear submarines in a voyage on rush.


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