But what “classified” interrogation details could still be hidden there?
We now know (New York Times, August 26) that the CIA’s “secret interrogation program operated under strict rules... managers, doctors and lawyers not only set the program’s parameters but dictated every facet of a detainee’s daily routine, monitoring interrogations on an hour-by-hour basis.”
What is the CIA hiding, and not only in this case?
Keep in mind that of the 109 pages on the widely discussed CIA Inspector General report, 36 pages were completely blacked out, and 30 more were largely blacked out (ABC News. Aug. 25).