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video: Wyden Supports Release of CIA Torture Report

Monday, December 08, 2014

 

Senator Wyden said releasing the torture report of CIA prisoners was safe and needed for the American public in an interview with MSNBC. The report is schduled for release tomorrow, after it's release date was pushed back several months. 

The report compares what the CIA told the Congress and public about integrations practices on prisoners after the 9-11 attacks to internal memos and emails between CIA officials about the subject.  Wyden said the report reveals “gaps” in the two stories. 

Although intelligence officials have said releasing the report will incite violence against Americans, Wyden said in the interview that other countries are already upset with the United Sates interrogation practices and releasing the report won’t change that. 

Wyden said the report will allow Americans to make up their own minds about the issue, as well as hopefuly stopping similar instances in the future. 

 

 

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