President George W. Bush signed a law yesterday allowing tough CIA interrogation and military trials for terrorism suspects, triggering bitter denunciations from Democrats. The new law means Bush can continue a secret CIA program for interrogating terrorism suspects whom he believes have vital information that could thwart a plot against America. Human rights groups charge that the measure would allow harsh techniques bordering on torture, such as sleep deprivation and induced hypothermia. (Reuters)
Do you agree or disagree with the interrogation bill signed into law by President Bush yesterday?