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The CIA Responded to the Torture Report: Read It Here

The CIA admitted Tuesday morning that the agency made mistakes in its interrogation tactics.

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The CIA has released their response to the Senate torture report, and said the agency acknowledges "that the detention and interrogation program had shortcomings and that the Agency made mistakes."

Read CIA Director John Brennan's response here.

Read the CIA's fact sheet here.

The CIA has released their response to the Senate torture report, and said the agency acknowledges “that the detention and interrogation program had shortcomings and that the Agency made mistakes.”

Read CIA Director John Brennan’s response here.

Read the CIA’s fact sheet here.

And read the CIA’s June 2013 response to the Senate study, which was also released this morning:

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Chip Somodevilla

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