Bloomington, IN, July 10, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- iUniverse, the leading book marketing, editorial services, and supported self publishing
company, is featuring Michael Keller, author of Torture Central, in its monthly podcast.
Keller was a software executive before the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, after which he was inspired to enlist in the Army National Guard. He was deployed to Iraq in November 2005, where despite his training in artillery, he was assigned to be a guard at Abu Ghraib prison.
“I know some Americans believe it’s appropriate to torture terrorists in effort to … stop future terrorist attacks,” Keller said in the podcast. “I don’t think very many people think it’s okay for us to torture innocent people simply because they failed to follow an order that’s given to them in a language that most of them didn’t even understand.”
Keller hopes Torture Central, a top iUniverse seller, will enlighten Americans about the true happenings at Abu Ghraib.
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