CIA torture report
Before the CIA made rectal feeding a method of torturing terror suspects, it was a reputable means for caring for the sick.
The Senate Intelligence Committee’s report reveals that the CIA ignored non-violent interrogation methods and went right for torture.
A $25 million reward and a good informant, not torture, led the CIA to Khalid Sheikh Mohammed.
But at least one medical officer didn't think dunking prisoners in water caused any pain.
A new report from the Senate Intelligence Committee finds that the CIA deliberately misled Congress and the White House about Bush-era interrogation techniques.
The CIA also asked its agents not to speculate in wire messages about the legality of torture.
Using a modern piece of technology in your native language? In the War on Terror, that's all it takes to get detained and disappeared.
The Senate Intelligence Committee's four-year investigation into the use of torture by the US is finally being made public.