The Source: Emergency Care Waves 'Red Flags' | 30 Years With CIA
In the first segment:
Texas is failing its patients in emergency services. In areas like access and injury prevention Texas scored failing marks in a new study that saw the state fall to 38th in the nation for emergency care.
What is San Antonio is doing to turn the trend around?
We talk with Dr. Bruce Adams, director of emergency medicine with University Health System and the chair of the department of emergency medicine at the University of Texas Health Science Center.
In the second segment:
From the Iranian revolution through the aftermath of September 11th, John Rizzo witnessed history-changing events from inside the CIA. As the agency’s top lawyer he observed an organization evolve from intelligence gatherer to terrorist killer. He draws on previously undisclosed stories in his new memoir "Company Man: Thirty Years of Controversy And Crisis In The CIA"
John Rizzo Joins us to talk about his new book.
- From his interview on Morning Edition on whether or not water boarding is torture:
No. I'm a lawyer, and torture is legally defined in U.S. law. If I had concluded -- or, more importantly, if the Justice Department had concluded -- that these techniques constitute torture, we would never have done them. So I can't say they were torture. I didn't concede it was torture then, and I don't concede that it's torture now.
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