Mr. Stevens said the administration is concerned that requiring all U.S. troops to follow procedures in the Army manual is not practical in the current war environment when multinational forces are working together.
With such limits on U.S. interrogation techniques, Mr. Stevens said, there is a legitimate fear: “The custody will go to the other nationalities involved in the team. And we’ll have no control.”
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