The JIT is asked to complete interrogation
within seven days, after which it up to the provincial government as when to submit the same in trial court of the accused.
determining exactly what transpired in the interrogation
For one, Lauritzen fails to consider the large number of officers who embraced "enhanced" interrogation
Detainees targeted for enhanced interrogation
are transferred to jails outside the United States, so the CIA would not violate its own US prohibitions.
The document says the CIA reported to the highest levels of the US government, including the White House, that the interrogation
techniques had thwarted specific terror plots, and yet there was no evidence they had done so.
This is a political document, not a dispassionate history, but that's part of its value: There simply is no way for a democracy to get past a trauma like the interrogation
issue without an honest public accounting.
The report debunks the top 20 examples CIA has used to defend the now-shuttered enhanced interrogation
program, claiming that each of the examples "was found to be wrong in fundamental respects.
Much of the information that the CIA provided to the media about its interrogation
and detentions program was inaccurate, preventing clear scrutiny of detainees' treatment.
Bush did not agree and made a distinction between "torture", which it accepted is banned by US and international law, and "enhanced interrogation
That's understandable, given the likelihood that she will be blamed for the leak by CIA officials who she recently accused of improperly searching computers used by committee staff members investigating the interrogation
36, for a further 14 days so that their interrogation
might be completed.
In a report made public Saturday, the ministry detailed that Jaradat was detained on Feb 18 and went through a tough interrogation
process at a Shin Bet facility in Jalameh detention center, Ma'an reported.