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THE MOST GRUESOME MOMENTS IN THE CIA TORTURE REPORT

The CIA’s rendition, interrogation, and detention programs were even more nightmarish than you could imagine.

Interrogations that lasted for days on end. Detainees forced to stand on broken legs, or go 180 hours in a row without sleep. 1,606 more words

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Central Intelligence Agency: CYBERTERRORISM IS THE NEXT ‘BIG THREAT,’ SAYS FORMER CIA CHIEF

Many experts reckon the first cyberwar is already well under way. It’s not exactly a “cold war,” as the previous generation understood the term, because serious damage valued in millions of dollars has been done, and there’s nothing masked about the hostile intent of state-sponsored hackers. 102 more words

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Central Intelligence Agency: Hoekstra Ready to give CIA, NSA room to fight terror, but also call them on cover ups

Former US Congress House Intelligence Committee Chair Peter Hoekstra is a formidable figure who, though a Republican, does not fit easily into a box.

Unquestionably more of his views are closer to the Republican party’s views on fighting terror and foreign policy issues than to the Democratic party. 48 more words

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Central Intelligence Agency: CIA Destroyed Torture Tapes Over Fear of Worldwide Backlash

When it first came to light that the CIA had destroyed videos of its “enhanced interrogation” sessions, it was justified as a way to protect undercover officers. 105 more words

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POLL: 81% Of Al Jazeera Arabic Poll Respondents Support Islamic State

GLOBAL PANIC POLL RESULTS: We told You So

Jordan Schachtel reports: In a recent survey conducted by AlJazeera.net, the website for the Al Jazeera Arabic… 371 more words

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Punishing Poland for US Crimes

By Nat Parry · Essential Opinion · May 19, 2015

It is one of the great ironies of the U.S.-led war on terror and post-Cold War transatlantic relations that democratic accountability and human rights protections at times seem stronger in the former Soviet bloc than they do in the United States.

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Spies in Academic Clothing

This week’s edition is excerpted from an almost two hour cross interview and discussion with Jan Irvin of Gnostic Media. His historical research addresses Western intelligence community’s longtime involvement in mind control research and the crafting of popular culture and belief. 1,127 more words

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