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Waterboarding from the Spanish Inquisition to U.S. interrogation
Date Tuesday May 27
Time 7:15 PM - 8:45 PM
Location Details
UCSC Oaks Room 105
park at Western remote parking area and take bus to Oaks College
Event Type Speaker
Organizer/Author{Pat Arnold
Emailparnold [at] bridgemysteries.com
Address1330 Pacific Ave. UNA Store
A video and power point presentation by Kaj Larsen who paid two Navy Seals to waterboard him and video tape it. This event is co-sponsored by the Black Liberation in the African Diaspora Class UCSC and the United Nations Association of Santa Cruz. For information and car pooling call 425-7618
Added to the calendar on Thursday May 15th, 2008 12:07 PM
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by Tuesday May 27 Tuesday May 20th, 2008 11:10 AM
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Journalist Kaj Larsen speaks about the controversial interrogation technique
An effort to increase public awareness and understanding.
Tuesday May 27 • 7:15pm • OAKES 105

“Using waterboarding as a method of interrogation associates the United States with some of the most notorious regimes in history,” - Kaj Larsen

A Brief History of Torture:
Waterboarding from the Middle Ages to the Modern Era

Waterboarding is a technique that has been used on suspects by the Central Intelligence Agency to conduct interrogations in the Global War on Terror. In his lecture Kaj traces the fascinating history of this technique from its historical roots during the Spanish
inquisition. The variations, the historical context, the current legal paradigm all are addressed in this dynamic multimedia presentation culminating with a video of Kahimself.

Kaj Larsen is an award winning producer and correspondent for Current TV. He has reported from war zones and conflict spots around the world, in places such as Afghanistan, Somalia, Cambodia, Colombia, and Haiti. Kaj’s intrepid reporting and powerful filmmaking has put him at the vanguard of a new broadcast journalism.

For More Info Call:
Pat: (831) 425-7618

Sponsored by Black Liberation in the African Diaspora Class, UCSC & SC United Nations Association
Tuesday May 27 • 7:15pm • OAKES 105
FREE PARKING IN UCSC WEST REMOTE LOT

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