The Senate Select Committee on Intelligence crafted a classified report in excess of 5,000 pages detailing the CIA’s “Detention and Interrogation Program”—in other words, the CIA’s activities post-9/11 in detaining, interviewing, and torturing suspected terrorists. The Committee has now released a 526-page summary of the report, unclassified and redacted. The New York Times called the activity des...
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I first ordered this book after watching "Last Week Tonight," with John Oliver, who highly recommended it. I wasn't sorry I did. This book is a documentary so to speak. It's a report. Is it entertaining reading? No, it's not. And sometimes you ...
he report devastating in its depravity. Read and learn for yourself how the United States responded to fears of terrorist attacks in the years after 9/11; how the CIA misled both Congress and the Bush Administration; how subjects later determined to be completely innocent were abducted and tortured; and how the CIA’s torture tactics utterly failed to elicit meaningful intelligence, and may have even caused false confessions that led the agency down dead ends. The Report on Torture is a document every American should read. Anyone interested in what actually happened in the decade after the terrorist attacks on 9/11 will want to read the entire report.