Bill Harlow, along with former CIA Directors Michael Hayden and George Tenet, and Jose A. Rodriguez, Jr., the former head of the counterterrorism division, have teamed up for a media campaign.
Spy agencies have "an obligation ... to warn of the heightened potential that the release could stimulate a violent response," a senior intelligence official said.
Obama administration to appeal district court's decision to release tapes.
Attorneys hope case will expose wrongful detention at Djibouti black site and hasten the release of the Senate's CIA torture report.
Concerned that the Senate's impending Republican majority will bury evidence of past wrongdoing, the Colorado senator considers all options.
His administration is fighting to keep 2,000-plus images from the public.
But Obama did initially hire him for his candor…what did he expect?