Friday, March 18, 2005

So, the CIA doesn't toture people?

CIA agents 'do not use torture'

Agents of the US Central Intelligence Agency, CIA, do not use torture on detainees, the agency's chief has told a Senate committee in Washington.

"Torture is not productive," Porter Goss said. "That's not professional interrogation. We don't do torture."

But he refused to say whether all methods used for interrogation until last year conformed to US law.
And prisoners are taken to Saudi Arabia, JOrdan, Qatar and other such places, on vacation trips? I try not to be naive and simplistic in these matters, but GIVE ME A BREAK!!!

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