CIA INTERROGATION REPORT PUBLISHED DESPITE DANGER TO AMERICANS AROUND THE WORLD!

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 John Hayward –

If you’ve been battling a dreadful sense that the governing elite of your own country isn’t quite playing for the home team with 100 percent enthusiasm, the release of a report on “enhanced interrogation” in the early years of the War on Terror isn’t going to reassure you.  Especially not if it ends up getting people killed, as both domestic critics of the report and foreign governments fear.

From an ABC News report: 

U.S. embassies around the world are bracing for a potentially explosive report about to be released that details what the CIA did to terror suspects in the days after the Sept. 11 terror attacks, and the fear is that its release could threaten American lives.

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The report, due to be released Tuesday by the Senate, is described as shocking in its very graphic descriptions of secret interrogations, including some details that have never been heard before.

All U.S. facilities around the world are being urged to review security and brace for the reaction, with concern particularly high in areas where there are hot spots, in the Middle East and North Africa.

The CIA and the Bush administration have already faced heavy criticism for post 9/11interrogation techniques at so-called “black sites” across the world.

The use of waterboarding stopped many years ago, but, according to those who have seen this report, ugly new details about those procedures will be revealed, where prisoners were sexually demeaned, and CIA interrogators were urged to continue, even after concluding that no more information could be gleaned.

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No doubt al-Qaeda and their proteges in ISIS will enjoy watching the Great Satan score a touchdown against itself while they sit back in the bleachers and watch.  This is an especially auspicious moment to release the report, as American hostage Luke Somers was just killed in an unsuccessful rescue attempt by U.S. special forces, along with fellow hostage Pierre Korkie of South Africa.  The U.S. military felt it had to move because Somers’ execution was imminent, but South Africa is livid, because it was thought a ransom had been worked out for Korkie and he would soon be released.  American officials say they didn’t know about the Korkie ransom, which doesn’t put the Obama Administration in a very flattering light, especially since the terrorists had already ransomed Korkie’s wife.  This all happened in Yemen, which Barack Obama was touting as the model for dealing with ISIS not three months ago.  Six years of Obama have left the United States with very little prestige to lose, so why are we throwing it away by releasing a report we know our enemies will use as a recruiting tool?

Such questions are being asked by a few sensible folks in Washington, notably including Rep. Mike Rogers (R-MI), who appeared on CNN to denounce the release of the interrogation report as a horrible mistake.  “Our foreign partners are telling us this will cause violence and deaths,” said Rogers.  “Our own intelligence community has assessed that this will cause violence and deaths.”

But for some reason, a government that fights Freedom of Information Act requests from U.S. citizens tooth and nail is going full steam ahead with the release of this dangerous report, beaming heads-up alerts to jeopardized Americans around the globe, as though the report were an oncoming hurricane that cannot be stopped.

 From a Fox News report: 

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An official from the State Department and another from the intelligence community confirmed to Fox News early Monday that an advisory has been sent urging U.S. personnel overseas to reassess security measures.

The message directs all overseas posts, including those used by CIA personnel, to “review their security posture” for a “range of reactions that might occur.”

A similar statement is being sent to military combatant commands to assess their readiness. Pentagon spokesman Col. Steve Warren said the combatant commands have been urged to “take appropriate force protection measures within their areas of responsibility.”

Asked whether the CIA report ought to be released, Warren said that is a “higher level policy decision,” but added “there is certainly the possibility the release of this report could cause unrest.”

Update: According to media sources that have seen the report, the horrors detailed within include sexual threats (with the use of props such as a broomstick) and menacing a detainee with a power saw, along with the sleep deprivation and waterboarding tactics everyone already knew about.  (ISIS and al-Qaeda should write a nice thank-you note to Senate Democrats for putting it all into a single convenient recruiting manual for them.) 

See more at Human Events

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