Monday, December 15, 2014

At least Operation Paperclip

Had arguably redeeming qualities...it wasn't an out-and-out sequel.
The CIA officer tasked with interrogating the most important prisoners in America's secret detention programme allegedly abused captives during the agency's covert operations in Latin America in the 1980s, it has emerged. The US Senate's three-year inquiry into the CIA's use of torture after September 11 reveals that a senior agent involved in the programme was recommended for censure decades earlier for “inappropriate use of interrogation techniques”.
Inspiring.

[cross-posted at Firedoglake]

5 comments:

StonyPillow said...

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(BTW, Google Search says that's a new funny. Fresh snark in the time of anal rape.)

Anonymous said...

Alumni emeritus of the School of the Americas and its TORTURE Handbook; now it's the 1984-inspired "Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation"; motto: 'Security is a WET Blanket' !

pansypoo said...

the rite always believes.

Montag said...

Ah, yes, the CIA, the noted defender of human rights. In Guatemala, Honduras, Argentina and Brazil, Colombia, Iran, Indonesia, Nicaragua, Vietnam and El Salvador and in black sites around the world.

Jesus, they've got a lot of chutzpah.



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