U.S. Senate Report on CIA Torture
Posted: Wednesday, December 10, 2014
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Senator compares CIA's actions to 'war crimes'
"We did things, Alisyn, that we tried Japanese soldiers for war crimes for after World War II," he told the host of CNN's "New Day," Alisyn Camerota. "This is not America, this is not who we are, and what was done has diminished our stature and inflamed terrorists around the world."
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