This week the US Senate Select Committee on Intelligence released its report on the CIA Detention and Interrogation Programme. We officially learned that the US was running a state sanctioned torture programme on people detained at the detention centre at Guantanamo Bay Naval Base until 2009, and probably at other detention centres as well. The programme was allegedly designed by two ex Navy psychologists whose company was paid $81 million by the US government for its work.
What happens now? There is no excuse for torture, anytime, anywhere. The perpetrators must be held accountable. Continue reading