By Catherine Martin
The Columbia Daily Tribune
Originally posted on February 15, 2013
The University of Missouri is holding off on filling an administrative position that attracted a controversial candidate.
Larry James, who served as the director of behavioral science division at Guantanamo Bay and Abu Ghraib, was one of two finalists being considered for the job of division executive director at the MU College of Education.
His past experiences, including allegations of involvement in torture, drew criticism from staff and sparked a protest on campus. An on-campus interview last week was open to the public, and questions from community members centered on James' alleged connections to torture.
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