The Senate Intelligence Committee is expected to release the highly controversial CIA “torture” report on Tuesday, and government officials are predicting widespread violence overseas as a result.
Citing these security concerns, some in the Obama administration are reportedly trying to stall the documents release. The 6,000 page report has been heavily redacted and sanitized. Even then, only a 480 page summary, again heavily redacted, will be released. Most interesting, this report, which took 3 years to compile and has cost taxpayers over $40 million dollars will reportedly not use the word “torture”.
In the video below, Ben Swann interviews RT’s Gayane Chichakyan about claims that Secretary of State John Kerry didn’t ask Sen. Dianne Feinstein for a delay in the release, he was only talking about timing and implications.