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Senate Select Committee on Intelligence Study of the Central Intelligence Agency劌製 Detention and Interrogation Program: Executive Summary and Findings and Conclusions
Dianne Feinstein (fr)
The Senate Select Committee on Intelligence initiated this study in March 2009, but it had its roots in an investigation into the Central Intelligence Agency劌製 (CIA劌製) destruction of videotapes of CIA detainee interrogations that began in December 2007. The full Committee Study, which totals more than 6,700 pages, remains classified but is now an official Senate report provided to the White House, CIA, Office of the Director of National Intelligence, and Departments of Defense (DOD) and State in the hopes that it will prevent future coercive interrogation practices and inform the management of other covert action programs. This unclassified, redacted report, released on December 3, 2014, contains the Executive Summary and Findings and Conclusions, which are highly critical of the CIA劌製 actions. This is a print on demand report.
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