Psychologist says U.S. Senate's CIA report makes false charges

U.S. Senator Feinstein walks to the Senate floor on Capitol Hill in WashingtonBy Matt Spetalnick and Bill Trott WASHINGTON (Reuters) – One of the two psychologists who devised the CIA’s harsh Bush-era interrogation methods said on Wednesday that a scathing U.S. Senate report on the torture of foreign terrorism suspects “took things out of context” and made false accusations. “It’s a bunch of hooey,” James Mitchell told Reuters from his home in Florida when asked for his response to the Senate Intelligence Committee’s findings released on Tuesday. “Some of the things are just plain not true.” A day after the Senate report was issued, the U.S. …

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