Journalist Volunteers for Waterboarding
Kaj Larsen, a journalist and former military officer, paid $800 to endure being "waterboarded" for a video on Current TV.
The controversial interrogation technique simulates the feeling of drowning and many argue that it should be considered a form of torture.
Retired federal judge Michael Mukasey's nomination to U.S. attorney general was almost derailed by his refusal to reveal whether he viewed the interrogation practice as torture.
Larsen talks about his experience, and describes what it is like to be water-boarded.
Kaj Larsen, Current vanguard journalist
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