Could Trump's White House Bury or Even Destroy the Landmark 2014 Senate Report on CIA Torture?

June 5, 2017

Is the Trump administration attempting to erase history? On Friday, congressional officials confirmed the administration has begun returning to Congress copies of the Senate’s explosive 2014 report on CIA torture. The move raises concerns that copies of the classified report will now be buried in Senate vaults or even destroyed... Democracy Now! spokw with CCR Senior Managing Attorney Shayana Kadidal about two of our clients named as former CIA prisoners in the executive summary of the Senate torture report released in 2014. Majid Khan and Guled Hassan Duran are both currently held at Guantánamo.

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June 5, 2017