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A doctor and Naval reserve officer who examined a high-profile prisoner tortured under Haspel’s supervision urged the Senate to oppose her nomination as CIA director.
Blacklisted academic Norman Finkelstein, Palestinian student Yousef Mema, and Sen. Ron Wyden are this week’s guests.
The bipartisan national security class has united to support a torturer as CIA chief. What will it say about Washington if she is confirmed?
Gina Haspel, directly involved in the most grotesque torture abuses, was nominated to lead the agency.
In this Intercepted bonus, The Intercept’s Margot Williams on her reporting from the secretive war court at GTMO.
The former top Senate Intelligence Committee investigator discusses the yearslong battle to make public the findings of the still-classified torture report.
Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri’s lawyers say that details of his torture are essential to defending him against death penalty charges.
Daniel J. Jones, former Senate investigator on the CIA torture program, and Iraqi activist Raed Jarrar are this week’s guests.
A choice moment in “The Report” comes when Dianne Feinstein asks Daniel J. Jones what he thinks of Edward Snowden. “I think he’s a traitor,” she says.
Civil rights lawyer Flint Taylor, the ACLU’s Hina Shamsi, and artist Eli Valley are this week’s guests.