Pratap Chatterjee, Program Director and Managing Editor of CorpWatch, describes the current state of Iraq's prison system and the interrogators hired to work inside it.
Tiffany Chong, Stark Raven Media Collective
Iraqi citizens who go to prison are lucky if they ever get out. Guilt or innocence doesn't seem to make a difference in Iraq's criminal justice system. Pratap Chatterjee has been investigating prisons and interrogators in Iraq and the Middle East. He is the author of "Iraq Inc: A Profitable Occupation" and Program Director and Managing Editor of Corpwatch. He spoke to Tiffany Chong of Stark Raven on Vancouver Co-op Radio.
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