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in the CIA's post-9/11 interrogation program.a .. Intelligence Committee Report on Torture. (Melville . port_pdf (accessed 19 May ). c. Ibid., Detention, and Interrogation Program (hereafter referred to as the "StudyU) Intelligence Report on the Rendition, Detention, (SliDE/PdF) As noted in the Study, CIA sought to fill the vacuum in its RDI capabilities in part by. /specialCollection/nwcda8//INTERROGATION REPORTS (DI SEARCH)/ INTERROGATION REPORTS (DI SEARCH)_pdf. Document Type.
Jones , and was prepared following a review of 6 million pages of documents, cables, emails, and other materials principally provided by the CIA. The British chairman of the Intelligence and Security Committee stated they would request access to anything taken out of the report at the request of British agencies. Dianne Feinstein D-CA , chairwoman of the Intelligence Committee, confirmed that copies of portions of the review had been removed and transferred to a safe in the Senate's Hart Office Building.
She argued that the action was necessary to protect the documents from the CIA, which had destroyed videotapes depicting brutal interrogation methods in Feinstein also said that the CIA's acting general counsel, later identified as Robert Eatinger , requested the FBI conduct a criminal inquiry into the committee staff's behavior.
She said she believed that the request was "a potential effort to intimidate [Intelligence Committee] staff. CIA director John O. Brennan denied the hacking allegations, stating, "When the facts come out on this, I think a lot of people who are claiming that there has been this tremendous sort of spying and monitoring and hacking will be proved wrong.
Brennan , the C. They are, verbatim from the unclassified summary report:  The CIA's use of its enhanced interrogation techniques was not an effective means of acquiring intelligence or gaining cooperation from detainees.
The CIA's justification for the use of its enhanced interrogation techniques rested on inaccurate claims of their effectiveness.
The CIA has actively avoided or impeded congressional oversight of the program. The CIA's operation and management of the program complicated, and in some cases impeded, the national security missions of other Executive Branch agencies.
The CIA coordinated the release of classified information to the media, including inaccurate information concerning the effectiveness of the CIA's enhanced interrogation techniques. The CIA was unprepared as it began operating its Detention and Interrogation Program more than six months after being granted detention authorities. The CIA's management and operation of its Detention and Interrogation Program was deeply flawed throughout the program's duration, particularly so in and early Two contract psychologists devised the CIA's enhanced interrogation techniques and played a central role in the operation, assessments, and management of the CIA's Detention and Interrogation Program.
By , the CIA had overwhelmingly outsourced operations related to the program.
CIA detainees were subjected to coercive interrogation techniques that had not been approved by the Department of Justice or had not been authorized by CIA Headquarters. Press Release. Dec 9, Here at Stanford, we've downloadd the paper copy from Melville House Publishers and have archived a digital copy in the Stanford Digital repository.
Both copies will soon be available via Searchworks. Skip to main content. December 11, James R.
Librarian Jacobs. Government information. Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders' statement on the report says it well and succinctly: Posted in Stanford Libraries Blog by Mr.
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At least five detainees. CIA medical personnel.
Multiple psychologists identified the lack of human contact experienced by detainees as a cause. Those representations were. House, the National Security Council principals, and their staffs. This prevented an accurate and.
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Porter Goss, briefed the president on the specific CIA enhanced interrogation techniques before. April By that time, 38 of the 39 detainees identified as having been subjected to the CIA's.
At the direction of the White House, the secretaries of state and defense - both principals on the. This includes the provision of inaccurate statements similar to those provided to other elements.
Government and later to the public, as well as instances in which specific questions. In briefings for the National. This reduced the ability of the U.
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May "Special Review" of the program that identified significant concerns and deficiencies.The CIA coordinated the release of classified information to the media, including inaccurate information concerning the effectiveness of the CIA's enhanced interrogation techniques.
In response to a FOIA lawsuit seeking access to the full report, the Obama administration argued that the rationale for not releasing all the pages of the committee report was that "disclosing them could affect the candor of law enforcement deliberations about whether to bring criminal charges.
He was later released as the CIA had mistaken his identity. Of course we must aggressively pursue international terrorists who would do us harm, but we must do so in a way that is consistent with the basic respect for human rights which makes us proud to be Americans. Bush to establish the CIA detention program, only persons who "pose a continuing, serious threat of violence or death to U. No nation is perfect.
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Although these incidents were recorded in CIA cables and, in at least some cases were identified at the time by supervisors at CIA Headquarters as being inappropriate, corrective action was rarely taken against the interrogators involved. May "Special Review" of the program that identified significant concerns and deficiencies.
This reduced the ability of the U.