from The Atlantic:
Former Central Intelligence Agency director Michael Hayden on Sunday rejected accusations that the agency lied about its use of so-called enhanced interrogation techniques just ahead of the release of the much anticipated “torture report” prepared by the Senate Intelligence Committee, which is expected Tuesday. Hayden also asserted that not only are the report’s conclusions not true, but it could be used as justification by terrorist organizations to attack U.S. personnel and facilities abroad, if released.
“To say that we relentlessly over an expanded period of time lied to everyone about a program that wasn’t doing any good, that beggars the imagination,” said Hayden on CBS’s Face The Nation.
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