The 6,000-Page Report on CIA Torture Has Now Been Suppressed for 1 Year

The 6,000-Page Report on CIA Torture Has Now Been Suppressed for 1 Year

It cost $40 million to produce, documents serious wrongdoing, and doesn't threaten national security. Team Obama won't release it.
Reuters

One year ago today, the Senate Intelligence Committee voted to adopt a 6,000-page report on the CIA rendition, detention, and interrogation program that led to torture. Its contents include details on each prisoner in CIA custody, the conditions of their confinement, whether they were tortured, the intelligence they provided, and the degree to which the CIA lied about its behavior to overseers. Senator Dianne Feinstein declared it one of the most significant oversight efforts in American history, noting that it contains "startling details" and raises "critical questions." But all these months later, the report is still being suppressed. 

The Obama Administration has no valid reason to suppress the report. Its contents do not threaten national security

http://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2013/12/the-6-000-page-report-on-cia-torture-has-now-been-suppressed-for-1-year/282318/

Comment by apeman2502 on December 14, 2013 at 4:19am

  Yahoo search "Jeff Gannon + George W. Bush" for a clue as to who and why this report is being 'reviewed'.

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