Trump Administration Delivered Report on Secret CIA Prisons To Court

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The Justice Department said on Friday it delivered to a federal court vault in Washington, D.C.,
the Department copy of the so-called Senate Torture Report on the CIA’s secret prison network during the George W. Bush administration.

Acting Assistant Attorney General Chad A. Readler, who joined the Justice Department on Jan. 30 from the Jones Day firm, notified the court that “the government deposited for the Court Information Security Officers (CISOs) for secure storage a complete and unredacted electronic copy of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence Committee Study of the CIA’s Detention and Interrogation Program.”

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The 6,700-page report describes abuses in the CIA program that waterboarded some captives, rectally abused others and held 119 foreign prisoners out of reach of the International Red Cross or attorneys during the Bush administration.

(Miami Herald)

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