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  • alexskates59Feb 13, 2015 at 2:41 pm

    I completely believe in torturing people who have ruined so many peoples live and made so many families suffer to find information for the future safety of our country. Do not see anything wrong with it, obviously there was a reason for keeping these things from the general public so they should keep it that way.

  • ReganFeb 12, 2015 at 2:09 pm

    I don’t see a problem with torturing people who are a known threat to our national security, in my opinion that is just giving them a taste of their own medicine. What I DO see a problem with is the CIA “misrepresenting” their methods (the truth) to the White House, Justice Department, and American citizens. It makes me wonder what other things may have been misrepresented by government agencies and possibly gone unnoticed.

  • alexiadiazDec 17, 2014 at 10:30 am

    What Al Qaeda did was inhumane, but maybe some of the were forced to do what they did. You never know if they had the choice or not and at the end of the day they are still humans, you can’t torture people like that. There are millions of other ways to have gotten information out of them but Al Qaeda knew they were going to die either way so why give information out? I am not justifying what they did, but torture was banned and the agency still did it and they didn’t get many result from it.

  • Jeeper4LifeDec 12, 2014 at 1:51 pm

    all im trying to say is that al Qaeda deserve to be interrogated brutally!

  • Jeeper4LifeDec 11, 2014 at 1:52 pm

    i totally agree with the CIA torture methods, and it’s there fault to be part of al Qaeda or your just hanging out with the wrong crowd. they deserve to be torture so CIA can get answer from them. what they did to United States is wrong and was unneeded. Like they say “Mess With The Best, Die Like The Rest”
    AkA ISIS your next, freedom missile are coming for you!

    • oceanmtnskyDec 11, 2014 at 2:06 pm

      I think what the story is saying is that the US did not see any difference in the information obtained when early methods of torture were used compared with interrogations after human rights laws were more strictly followed.

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