Osama bin Laden's death has reignited debate about whether tactics like waterboarding produce valuable data. Earlier in the program, former Bush administration official John Yoo argued that "enhanced interrogation techniques" were crucial to finding bin Laden. Host Michel Martin addresses the other side of this debate with Karen Greenberg, author of books on al-Qaeda, Guantanamo Bay and torture.
Author of The Torture Papers Says Coercion Not Crucial, Part I
By NPR Staff • May 6, 2011