U.K. Media Asking About British Role In CIA Interrogation
The Senate's CIA's torture program report summary redacted information on other countries, but some are calling for the U.K. to disclose its role.By Christian Bryant | December 9, 2014
There's plenty to be gleaned from the Senate's extensive "torture" report summary, including how detainees were interrogated and how the CIA apparently kept The White House and U.S. allies in the dark about certain practices.
What might be a bit harder to figure out is how much help the U.S. received in handling detainees. Dianne Feinstein, chair of the Senate Select Intelligence Committee, said names of other participating countries — possibly including the U.K. — had been redacted. (Video via CBS)
But we do know from other sources that the U.K. was involved, and now some British journalists have called for their government to come clean.