Richard Armitage, a former US deputy secretary of state, talks to Al Jazeera’s Avi Lewis about the Bush administration’s use of torture. He tells Fault Lines that had he known the CIA waterboarded detainees, he hopes he would have resigned.
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I don’t believe him. He knew. They all did.
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