Lies of the WoT

Stephen Hayes introduces a statement as An Interrogator Breaks His Silence

“What follows is the document written by Jason Beale — a pseudonym for a longtime U.S. military and intelligence interrogator with extensive knowledge of the enhanced interrogation techniques used by the CIA on some high-value detainees. Those techniques are scrutinized a forthcoming report prepared by the Democratic staff of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence. Beale would not confirm to THE WEEKLY STANDARD that he worked in that program, but others with knowledge of the program and its personnel tell TWS that he served as a senior interrogator beginning in 2004.

Beale tells TWS that his document was reviewed, redacted, and cleared by a U.S. government agency. A CIA spokesman would not confirm that the CIA was the agency in question. Beale says he made minor edits for grammar and flow after the document was cleared.”

The interrogation of captured terrorists is one of those issues that was used in the political war starting about 2005 when a newspaper revealed a secret program. At that time, the left was going to any extreme to backtrack on its support for its earlier endorsement of the War on Terror. Beale describes the assault on reason and integrity in the area of intelligence gathering.

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