CIA destroys torture tapes

In his book, "The One Percent Doctrine," author Ron Suskind gave us the background on Abu Zubaydah, the guy the CIA was torturing in those now destroyed tapes. Here's how the Washington Post's review of Suskind's book describes him:

Abu Zubaydah, his captors discovered, turned out to be mentally ill and nothing like the pivotal figure they supposed him to be.

And yet somehow, in a speech delivered two weeks later, President Bush portrayed Abu Zubaydah as "one of the top operatives plotting and planning death and destruction on the United States."
Kinda makes you want to reconsider who has the worse-handicap. :rolleyes:
You seem to know quite-a-lot, about the enemy. :rolleyes:

Maybe you can explain (exactly) how one conditions themself against Torture. :rolleyes:

they find the family of the interrogators and threaten to kill them all.
they know exactly what to say to who is interrogating according to who he works with.
and they physically train.
there was a plan at one time to fly a plane into Gitmo to kill all the prisoners because they were breaking.

what's with the personal attack?
are you in the intelligence, counter-terrorism, education business?