Wednesday, Oct 28th, 2009
The CIA took measures to make sure their tortured prisoners did not die – in order to continue further torturing, according to human rights lawyer John Sifton.
President Obama has cut a swathe through the Bush-era National Security Program, forcing the CIA to close its secret overseas prisons and banning harsh interrogation methods.
RT spoke to Human Rights lawyer John Sifton about the kind of abuses which took place.
“In the military there were a large number of deaths with the CIA,” he said.
“It engaged in horrendous abuses, they appear to have taken precautions to prevent people from dying. This might sound humane, but in fact it’s sickening, as they were torturing them at the same time trying to maintain their health so that they could continue.”
This article was posted: Wednesday, October 28, 2009 at 4:38 am