Saturday, December 13, 2014
The CIA and Interrogation and the countries allowing it.
The #CIA and Interrogation and the countries allowing it.
The Senate Intelligence Committee’s report on the CIA’s detention and interrogation program.
#Afghanistan #Italy #Lithuania #Poland #Thailand #UnitedKingdom #Uzbekistan and more..
* CIA response:
* Senate Intelligence Committee minority view
* Additional views
20 key findings about CIA interrogations:
Not so magnificent 7: nations 'busted' in redacted CIA terror report:
Senate report on CIA program details brutality, dishonesty.
An exhaustive five-year Senate investigation of the CIA’s secret interrogations of terrorism suspects renders a strikingly bleak verdict on a program launched in the aftermath of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, describing levels of brutality, dishonesty and seemingly arbitrary violence that at times brought even agency employees to moments of anguish.
The CIA’s use of harsh interrogation:
Here's What CIA Interrogators Are Still Allowed to Do:
The CIA's enhanced interrogation techniques have been illegal since 2009, but interrogators are still permitted to use some controversial methods.
Tactics, strategy, and rules for Army interrogator..
PDF Download: FM 2-22.3 (FM 34-52) HUMAN INTELLIGENCE COLLECTOR OPERATIONS:
HEADQUARTERS, DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY - September 2006
Amnesty International says the methods outlined in the appendix violate the terms of the Geneva Conventions and other international agreements on torture.
The Army Field Manual: Sanctioning Cruelty?
CIA Interrogation Techniques Revealed:
CIA Paid Torture Teachers More Than $80 Million:
CIA director: Bush ordered us to use ‘harsh’ techniques even though we had no interrogation training – and yes, program was ‘abhorrent’, but I won’t call it torture
The 119 detainees held in secret CIA prisons:
Kings of torture who made £50m inflicting pain: The incredible story of how two Mormons with no expertise conned the CIA
Jim Mitchell and Bruce Jessen paid $81m to devise torture techniques, they told CIA to use waterboarding, stress positions and sleep deprivation.
Senate report says 'enhanced' techniques did not thwart terrorist plots, but Mitchell says the report is a politically-motivated 'load of hooey'.
Doctors charged as much as $1,800 for their help with interrogations.
CIA contract was worth $180million but was cancelled by Obama in 2009
Mitchell is currently retired and living in Florida Jessen has lived a private life in Spokane, Washington. He was appointed a Mormon bishop in his hometown, but had to resign when church members found out about his past
Held in a hell hole for 13 years without trial: Scandal of the Londoner locked in Guantanamo with no hope of justice
Shaker Aamer, 46, has been detained in Guantanamo Bay since 2001 He says he has been beaten and starved of food at US base in Cuba. Lawyers say he is still there because he will expose evidence of torture. Mr Aamer claims he was in the room when detainee was being abused. He moved to London from Saudi Arabia more than 20 years ago. Has four children with his British wife, who lives in Battersea, London. Aroused suspicion when he moved to Taliban-held Afghanistan with family.
Rectal Hydration': Inside the CIA's Interrogation of Khalid Sheikh Mohammed.
he CIA waterboarded its gold-star detainee, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, mastermind of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, 183 times in a single month to force him to reveal potential further strikes, according to the Senate's 500-page report Tuesday on CIA interrogation techniques.
The campaign — which also included tactics with such evocative names as "rectal rehydration" and "attention grab" — was largely fruitless and took place while the CIA plotted to block FBI access to Mohammed, the report says.
Mohammed, referred to as "KSM" throughout the report, was captured on March 1, 2003, and was soon interrogated at CIA-operated bases overseas code-named Blue and Cobalt.
CIA torture report: Europe must come clean about its own complicity
A Global Network for CIA torture picture:
Untrained CIA Agents Were Just Making Up Torture Methods As They Went Along.
The 10 most shocking revelations of the CIA's torture report:
What is the CIA trying to hide?
* DESTRUCTION OF EVIDENCE:
* WHEN IS TORTURE NOT TORTURE:
* SUPPRESSING DETAILS:
* DELETING CODE NAMES:
* REMOVING MENTION OF SOURCES:
* HIDING MEDIA MANIPULATION:
* EMBARRASSING INCIDENTS:
* WHITE HOUSE TO THE DEFENCE
WARNING: Graphic Pictures.
Many of the people or suspects held in these prisons were held without charge and subjected to interrogation of all kinds and this goes to show what governments will do to get information from people even though you may not even know any.
Strange this is..
Government's expect the it's citizens or non citizens to devolve information to benefit them however, when the people or citizens want information from their governments to do with corruption or other issues they simply say, in the interest of Security we will not reveal such information requested or they will conceal it.
No doubt some people on this earth do need to reveal sensitive information for the safety of many but these laws and acts have fallen on many who are actually innocent or any crime as shown in some stories above and on the internet.
Lastly, it is easy to say who cares what they do to these people, forgetting that many subjected to these torturous acts we're innocent but, if they secretly do this to others and hide or try to conceal it, who is to say they won't to it to their own citizens if they have not already or are actually already doing so?
These are our concerns.
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