Host Michel Martin continues her discussion with Karen Greenberg on whether harsh tactics like waterboarding lead to valuable information. Greenberg argues there is no proof that coercive methods work better than traditional interrogation tactics. She is the author of a number of books on al-Qaeda, Guantanamo Bay and torture.
Author of The Torture Papers Says Coercion Not Crucial, Part II
By NPR Staff • May 6, 2011