US Senate unhappy that CIA censored torture report

[REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque]

[REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque]

"The Senate Select Committee on Intelligence’s scathing report on the genesis and efficacy of the CIA’s post-9/11 torture program was finally returned to the committee Friday after going through a months-long multi-agency declassification review," writes Jason Leopold at Vice News. "And those agencies apparently didn't like what they reviewed. As a result, it’s unlikely that the report’s 480-page executive summary — and the 20 findings and conclusions that the Intelligence Committee voted to disclose publicly — will be released anytime soon."