In the lead-up to a new movie dramatizing the Senate Torture Report's creation, the report's primary author speaks out on the ongoing dangers of CIA abuses.
The senator was tortured while a prisoner of the Vietcong during the Vietnam war.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit ruled against the American Civil Liberties Union, which sought access to the more than 6,000-page document, often referred to as the "Senate torture report."
In a report released Tuesday, the rights group also laid out how officials who authorized the agency's "enhanced interrogation program" could be prosecuted.
ACLU files lawsuit against two psychologists responsible for CIA's use of brutal interrogation techniques such as waterboarding.
Suspected of covering up a grisly death, David Martine was never charged with a crime, but never cleared either.
Zubaydah, a Guantanamo Bay detainee, lost one eye and was waterboarded 83 times while held by the CIA.
It is easy and convenient to blame a few bad apples, but the crisis in psychology runs far deeper.
Psychologists were allowed to participate in interrogations if they adhered to U.S. law, but they violated every international code of medical ethics.
Experts say the U.S. needs to rethink how its interrogators are trained.
George Washington abhorred torture and so should we.
Majid Khan said interrogators threatened to beat him with a hammer, baseball bats, sticks and leather belt.
The PBS documentary series investigates one of the CIA's most controversial programs.
A new model of interrogation relies on emotional intelligence, empathy and language skills to replace violent coercion.
The group is countering a senator's attempt keep the Senate's full report on harsh CIA interrogation secret.
After the release of the CIA torture report, the Obama administration says, images are worse than words.
A Newsweek investigation discloses that there are thousands of cases of ill-treatment and torture outstanding against the British army in Iraq
Once thought to be a top Al-Qaeda lieutenant, he's mentioned 1,000 times in the Senate report on "enhanced interrogation techniques."
"Yes, I waterboarded KSM," James Mitchell, a former U.S. Air Force psychologist, told VICE news.
Vietnam's wartime intelligence agency used brutal interrogation techniques. But unlike the CIA, it tried to learn from its mistakes.
Brennan, who was a senior CIA official in the Bush administration after 9/11, denies agency misled government.
The CIA's drone killing program, too, should be scrutinized.
Being named in Senate expose opens the possibility of seeking justice for Mohammed al-Asad