“We tortured some folks”, No Shit!
With the release of the “CIA Torture Report”. I believe this is nothing more than a “red herring” to the overall agenda. The CIA Torture Program is no secret, it’s been in existence for over a decade now and has been reported on numerous times. I don’t see how spending $40 million dollars investigating something that is already common knowledge can mean anything more than a distraction. Let’s investigate 9/11 and find out who really controls “Al Qaeda”.
Obama on CIA’s post-9/11 tactics: ‘We tortured some folks’
Senate report on CIA interrogation methods has tortured history
“The report, which cost the federal government more than $40 million to produce, is said to cast doubt on intelligence gains gleaned from an interrogation program that embraced torture.”
DICK CHENEY “ENHANCED INTERROGATION”
9/11 Commission Deceived: An Unintentional Work of Fiction Based on Cheney’s Torture Program
Waterboarding Used 266 Times on 2 Suspects
“The 2005 memo also says that the C.I.A. used waterboarding 183 times in March 2003 against Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, the self-described planner of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.”
Dick Cheney On Torture: ‘If I Would Have To Do It All Over Again, I Would’
Cheney’s Torture Admission dictates Fed Investigation & pursuit of Criminal Charges
ABC Cheney Admits Torture Guilt!!
Cheney: Not Ok To Waterboard American Citizens
“I Was a Big Supporter of Waterboarding” — Dick Cheney, February 14, 2010
“buried deep inside this legislation is a provision that will pardon President Bush and all the members of his administration of any possible crimes connected with the torture and mistreatment of detainees, dated all the way back to September 11th, 2001.”
Dick Cheney worried about “another 9/11” with weapons “far deadlier” than box-cutters
Hard Measures: Ex-CIA head defends post-9/11 tactics
“Jose Rodriguez has no regrets about the CIA using “enhanced interrogation techniques” — methods that some consider torture – on suspected al Qaeda members detained and questioned after 9/11.”
“The CIA seized KSM in Pakistan in 2003. Waterboarded, he gave his confession. The CIA removed him to Guantanamo where he has been ever since. Following his arrest, and without waterboarding, he again confessed his responsibility for the attacks, stating he “was responsible for the 9/11 operation, from A to Z.”
US Reveals Evidence Against Alleged 9/11 Plotters
CIA torture report won’t be released to public, judge rules
“A federal judge ruled Thursday that the Senate’s nearly 7,000-page report on the CIA’s torture practices during interrogations in the wake of 9/11 will not be made public, marking a setback for civil liberties advocates.
IS WATERBOARDING TORTURE?
Erich “Mancow” Muller Waterboarded – Conservative Radio Host Say It’s Torture
“I do not want to say this, absolutely torture” – Mancow.
Just for the record. Mancow lasted 5 seconds. I bet he’d confess to 9/11 too in order to make it stop.
Jesse Ventura: You Give Me a Water Board, Dick Cheney and One Hour
“You Give Me a Water Board, Dick Cheney and One Hour and I’ll have him confess to the Sharon Tate murders.”
No, Cheney did not murder Sharon Tate…. but you get the point.
CIA TORTURE REPORT
CIA torture report to be published on Monday without the word ‘torture’
“The long-awaited publication of the so-called “CIA torture report” is expected to finally occur early next week, but would-be readers, be warned: according to leaks, the executive summary will be absent any and all use of the word “torture.”
Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-California), the chair of the United States Senate Intelligence Committee, now says that the public will be able to read the executive summary of her panel’s years-long investigation into the CIA’s use of enhanced interrogation techniques next week, with journalist Jason Leopold reporting that the release of the document will come as early as Monday.”