“They Said That We Were Pussies:” The Psychologist Who Tortured Accused 9/11 Plotters Says the CIA Wouldn’t Let Him Stop
James Mitchell has also said he would “do it again.”
The Psychologist Who Tortured Accused 9/11 Plotters for the CIA: ‘I Would Do It Again’
James Mitchell testified at Guantanamo Bay for the trial of five accused al-Qaeda members charged with helping to plan and finance the 9/11 attacks.
The Masterminds of the CIA’s Torture Program Are About to Reveal How They Interrogated Accused 9/11 Plotters
The two psychologists will likely reveal how the CIA, in the wake of 9/11, turned to waterboarding, cramped confinement, sleep deprivation, mock burials, and more.
We Fact-Checked 5 Horrifying Details in 'The Report,' the New Movie About Post-9/11 Torture
Did a DoJ official really claim that if the president wanted to crush a child's testicles, no treaty could stop him?
This is how the CIA's first captive after 9/11 described his years of torture
Abu Zubaydah, a Saudi national, served as the guinea pig for the CIA's torture program. For the first time, his account of his captivity has been made public.
The First Lawsuit Against the Psychologists Who Designed the CIA Torture Program Has Been Filed
Three plaintiffs argue that the interrogation techniques designed by James Mitchell and John "Bruce" Jesse subjected them to torture in a suit filed by the ACLU.
Two CIA Contractors Are Being Sued for Torture and 'Human Experimentation'
A federal lawsuit was filed Tuesday by the ACLU on behalf of three men who were allegedly tortured while detained in CIA prisons despite never being formally charged with a crime.
Here's the CIA's Letter to Congress Saying the Agency Was Quitting the Torture Business
A 2009 letter written by then-CIA director Leon Panetta and obtained exclusively by VICE News explained the CIA's new approach.
At Corpus Integrated Production, US, everyone is tracking Jonathan Belvoir.
Accused of Enabling Torture, a US Military Psychologist Says He Was Doing the Opposite
In an exclusive interview with VICE News, retired US Army colonel Morgan Banks disputes claims that he helped the American Psychological Association and Defense Department collude to justify the torture of detainees.