Last night an updated edition of Frontline dug into the myth that only seven lower ranking soldiers were at the heart of the problems with the treatment of prisoners in Iraq. Some of the program was a rehash of what we already know, but some information was surpising, but not really. Most of us know that the torture question went all the way to the top. General Miller: (from gitmo, sent to Iraq to take charge of prisoner treatment) "Treat them like dogs until they believe that they are dogs. If they don't believe that they are dogs, you have not done your job." If this link works there is a lot of good clickable info and video's. http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/torture/view/ What have we become?