Sen. Tom Cotton tried to play games and help Haspel avoid this inconvenient truth during her Senate hearing.
What a lovely description of two heinous individuals using torture to enrich themselves.
On Wednesday's Fox and Friends, they reported that an ACLU lawsuit will move forward against James Mitchell and John Jessen, who created torture program for Bush administration.
Spicer told the press that the White House did not see or create a document to review reopening black sites and restart waterboarding.
The Press Secretary denied the White House had anything to do with a report from The Washington Post, about the creation of a document reviewing CIA "black sites” and cut off Kristen Welker's questions on them.
The NY Times Editorial Board wrote a scathing op-ed demanding that we bring the tortures and their bosses to justice.
The Senate torture report revealed the women at the forefront of the CIA's operation, who inflicted pain, lied to Congress and sent US operatives on a wild goose chase in Montana.
We can't get justice for torture architects, but Jonathan Gilliam thinks Senators who released the report should be brought up on murder charges, if harm is done to the torturers.
A visibly angry and shaken former chief of staff to General Colin Powell laid responsibility at the feet of the one person who knew it all.
Torture enablers are freaking out over the apparent release of the Torture report. George W. Bush was hailing the CIA as patriots for their role in torture.
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