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FALLUJAH, IRAQ - JULY 28: A man weeps as he is questioned by soldiers with the 1st Battalion of the Iraqi Ground Forces Command after being taken into custody with fraudulent identification papers July 28, 2005 in Fallujah, Iraq. The man was later turned over to U.S. Marines for further interrogation. The 1st Battalion, with the help of advisors from the U.S. Army and Marines, is tasked with providing security for the city of Fallujah until a police force can be established. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

VIDEO: We Won’t Torture Anymore: APA Tells US to Withdraw Psychologists from National Security Interrogations

The American Psychological Association has barred psychologists from participating in national security interrogations through a new policy passed in August. Are these changes key to protecting health professionals from military prosecution?