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"These doctors were co-opted when they knew better." — Dr. Stephen Xenakis, retired brigadier general with the U.S. Army's medical corps, who accused the CIA's medical service of institutional failure in the interrogation techniques used against terror detainees.
"The venues are getting cold feet. Everyone is worried about protesters. If I was advising him, I would tell him to cancel everything and lie low for a while." — Gary Bongiovanni, editor of Pollstar, on the ambitious tour schedule for comedian Bill Cosby.
"I've considered retiring from the NFL. I still made $8 million this year. ... I've thought about going after the Olympics. You only live once. It might be time for me to pursue that." — Adrian Peterson to ESPN.com, after an arbitrator upheld on appeal the NFL running back's suspension until at least next spring.
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