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Re: Computer Enhanced

Samuel Fannin • 30 May 2004

Enjoyed your article, but this raises other questions. The good doctors in Castlereagh, were they not to there to sign bits of paper to say those being interrogated were as fit and 'normal' afterwards as before their ordea ? However if they were an active part of the psychological torture, giving injections? Well, that's different matter. Can we identify them? Were they Brits or Irish? Were they specialists or GPs? There's not that many docs in Belfast - who were they?












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