Nobody tracking CIA's private interrogators


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Nobody tracking CIA's private interrogators
Florida Times-Union |
"The CIA did not have a trained corps of interrogators until the war on terror began and turned in part to contractors to handle the surge of detainees, including in Iraq. Some of those sent in are now under investigation in prisoner deaths in Iraq and Afghanistan. Officials are considering one case as a homicide and have referred it to the Justice Department... It is unclear how many contract interrogators the agency uses. The Army employed 27 contract interrogators at the now-famous Abu Ghraib prison, the deputy commander of Central Command, Lt. Gen. Lance L. Smith, said in Senate testimony Friday."


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