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Senate Intelligence Committee Approves “Highly Critical” Report on CIA Detention Program

The New York Times reports that the Senate Intelligence Committee approved findings in a classified and “highly critical” report on the CIA’s detention program. The article states that a 9-6 majority approved the document, which details the brutal treatment of Qaeda captives following 9/11.

Chairwoman Dianne Feinstein issued a statement, saying:

[The report] uncovers startling details about the CIA detention and interrogation program and raises critical questions about intelligence operations and oversight.

According to The Times, Vice Chairman Saxby Chambliss was one of the Senate Committee members who voted against the report’s approval, citing the CIA’s failure to fact-check the document as a principle reason.

You can read the full article here.

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