This are the parents the "It's not torture" crowd has created
According to court documents, on a night in May 2009 Colon's six-year-old foster son told him he'd just had an accident in their Yelm home. Colon allegedly responded by holding the boy's head under a running bathtub faucet and telling him he should just let him die
Scarily enough, this isn't the first time this year that a JBLM soldier has been accused of waterboarding their kid. In February:
Police  found the 4-year-old covered in bruises and hiding ... According to Yelm police chief Todd Stancil, Tabor told police at the scene that he filled a sink with water, and then held his daughter down on the kitchen counter as he pushed her head backward until the water reached eye level.
The "Overton Window" works in insidious ways. Soldiers were told it was not torture. They were told it was just a lesser version of "Club Med". No one got in trouble for it. Now the second one uses what he learned from his service to our country, at home, with ghastly consequences.