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    • 28.07.10 | 09:12 (IDT)

    Of course it depends on what kind of qualities you're looking for in an advisor on Arab affairs. If you want someone who knows how to break people's spirit and how to inflict pain an ex torturer sounds like a prime candidate. Personally I think there could be other qualities that might be worth more to someone who's supposed to act as a liaison between the police and the Arab community. I might go for an Arab...

    from the article: Ex-interrogator, accused of torture, tapped to advise police on Arab affairs
    First published 02:12 28.07.10 | Last updated 02:12 28.07.10
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