Use of Extraordinary Renditions Has Changed, Risk of Torture Hasn't, Panelists Say

Margaret L. Sattherwaite
February 16, 2006

The controversial use of extraordinary renditions to interrogate or detain suspected terrorists has evolved since its first use by the United States in 1995, but the practice fails to address concerns about torture and may be ineffective in quashing terrorism, said panelists at a Feb.

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