Everything peachy-keen in Guantanamo

On the subway this afternoon, I was astonished to read this, in a New York Times piece:

“To date, there have been no accusations of serious prisoner abuse in connection with interrogations at Guantanamo. Most of the criticisms have generally focused on the lack of legal rights and due process and the indefinite nature of the detentions.”

I understand that reporters have to pound these stories out very quickly, and that editors are working under punishing deadlines, etc. etc. etc. But this kind of crap is just inexcusable. (Watch as it takes Robert Waldmann about 3 minutes to demolish the claim.)