ACLU responds to FOURTH delay in release of CIA Torture Report

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"It is apparent that the CIA report is not being delayed for legitimate reasons, but to cover up evidence of the agency's illegal and ineffective interrogation practices. It is time for the president to hold true to his promise of transparency and once and for all quash the forces of secrecy within the agency. The American public has a right to know the full truth about the torture that was committed in its name." - 
Amrit Singh, staff attorney with the ACLU

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