"The complaint itself — which I have uploaded here — brings the crazy and brings it good and hard. It was penned by Roca Labs' latest attorney, one Johnny G. DeGirolamo, a 2009 law school graduate and 2011 bar admittee, whose website is www.inlawwetrust.com. No, really. His site offers a flattering headshot of a smiling advocate, and it was a very good choice to use that picture rather than, say, his booking photo."
"The other point, which is more debatable, is whether or not you believe that journalists are making it easier for people to engage in torture."
At first I thought that was a bit of stretch but 20 seconds later I arrived at "unfortunate side effect"
I would also posit that its largely a moot point. The position still assumes, in this case, that some transparency will somehow fix the issue. I seem to think otherwise. The US will still torture folks with impunity and not give a shit what people think.