The Senate Report on CIA Interrogations You May Never See

December 10, 2012 by
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ProPublica has a short report with good links about the massive (roughly 6,000-page) Senate committee report on the CIA’s detention, interrogation and rendition of terror suspects.

  • The Senate Report on CIA Interrogations You May Never See, by Cora Currier,
    ProPublica (Dec. 7, 2012).

    … it’s unclear how much, if any, of the review you might get to read.

    The committee first needs to vote to endorse the report. Republicans, who are a minority on the committee, have been boycotting the investigation since the summer of 2009.

    Even if the report is approved next week, it won’t be made public then, if at all. Decisions on declassification will come at “a later time”…

    …the Obama administration has argued in courts that details about the CIA program [including some of the Guantanamo detainees’ own accounts of their imprisonment] are still classified.


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