Investigating human rights violations in the Bush Administration

    With pressure on president-elect Barack Obama to abolish torture, there are increasing calls for the establishment of a commission to explore what many say are human rights violations committed by the Bush Administration. We talk about the value of such an investigation, what it would accomplish and what it might look like. Our guests are attorney SCOTT HORTON and former Congressman MICKEY EDWARDS. Listen to the mp3

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