wou wouldn't have exhibited the knee jerk either.
You appear to have leaped to your conclusion based on - the number of "high-value" intelligence reports drawn from interrogations of Iraqi prisoners had increased by more than half on a monthly basis since January. That was when American officials disclosed that they were investigating abuses of Iraqi prisoners at the hands of U.S. military police and intelligence officers at Abu Ghraib.
And never got as far as - In May, a number of physically and psychologically coercive practices used by interrogators to break down suspected Iraqi insurgents were prohibited following reports of widespread abuse at Abu Ghraib. Among those techniques banned by American commanders were sleep deprivation, the hooding and stripping of prisoners, and the use of dogs to frighten detainees. and definitely not to - In May, June and July, we made slow progress, because we were developing our teams again, getting our procedures, and allowing them to get their confidence built back up," Miller said.
Of the coercive tactics formerly in use in Iraq, only one - holding a prisoner in isolation for more than 30 days - is still permitted, and then only with the permission of a senior officer.
You should also note that torture was not mentioned because torture was not used. That is OK though as we all readily recognize that you are seldom bothered with limiting yourself to facts rather than fantasies.
Care to try again?