Sexual threats, other CIA methods detailed in new U.S. report

U.S. Ready for Attacks After CIA Torture ReportBy Mark Hosenball WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The CIA used sexual threats, waterboarding and other harsh methods to interrogate terrorism suspects and all were ineffective at eliciting critical information, according to a U.S. Senate report due to be released on Tuesday. The report on government-sanctioned interrogation at sites around the world for questioning captured al Qaeda and other militants prompted the United States to warn its facilities abroad to shore up security in case of violent reactions. …

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