Veto of interrogation bill survives House vote

WASHINGTON - President Bush vetoed the bill that would ban…

WASHINGTON – President Bush vetoed the bill that would ban the CIA from using waterboarding as an interrogation method last week and House Democrats on Tuesday failed to overturn the veto.  The vetoed legislation would have limited the CIA to using only the 19 interrogation methods approved in the Army field manual, a guidebook that bans the use of waterboarding, a technique that simulates drowning.  For more information, click here and return back to comment.

Load Comments