Where In The World Did The CIA Outsource Torture?
The full scope of the U.S. interrogation program detailed in the Senate report might never be known. The participants' names were redacted.By Elizabeth Hagedorn | December 10, 2014
In graphic detail, the U.S. has now owned up to its torture of terror suspects after 9/11. But what about the countries that made the CIA program possible?
On Sept. 17, 2001, President Bush issued a still-classified directive authorizing the CIA to hold and interrogate prisoners at so-called "black sites" throughout the world. (Video via The George W. Bush Presidential Library)
Nowhere are the countries that hosted those secret prisons named in the 528-page summary of a Senate report released Tuesday. The names of every single foreign participant are redacted.