Featured Image: The entrance to Camp 1 in Guantanamo Bay’s Camp Delta. The base’s detention camps at Guantanamo Bays are numbered based on the order in which they were built, not their order of precedence or level of security. CREDIT: Kathleen T. Rhem SOURCE: Wikipedia Commons (Public Domain).
WASHINGTON — The Senate Intelligence Committee on Tuesday released the highly anticipated 500-page summary of its report on the CIA’s post-9/11 torture program, providing a sobering glimpse into one of the darkest chapters in the U.S. government’s history.
In the report, a product of a 5-year investigation, Senate investigators reveal sordid details of the systemic and individual failures by the agency personnel who ran the “enhanced interrogation program” — the government’s euphemism for systematic torture — during the George W. Bush administration. The program involved capturing terrorism suspects and shipping them to secret overseas prisons, where they were subjected to techniques such as waterboarding . . . Read Complete Report
Published on Dec 20, 2013
What would a former Gitmo detainee, a journalist in a small central Asian newspaper and an editor of a big Western publication have in common? They are provided with documents from WikiLeaks about politics in the region, but what will they do with them? ALL PARTS OF THE MOVIE: http://on.rt.com/rv5ose
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