Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani, a convicted terrorist in the embassy bombings in Africa, has admitted that torture works. No surprises. It does. It ain't pretty, but it does work.
Mr. Ghailani’s lawyers had argued for leniency, citing what they say was the torture that Mr. Ghailani suffered while he was being detained in a “black site” run by the C.I.A. after his capture. They contended that he had also provided “extraordinarily valuable information and intelligence” while in the agency’s custody.
Now can Michael Yon and John McCain shut the frak up?