U-S intelligence agencies have warned that the release of a Senate report
about the CIA’s torture methods will cause what they say violence and deaths abroad.
The chairman of the House Intelligence Committee said U-S intelligence agencies
AND foreign governments have said privately that the report will be used by
extremists to incite violence. Mike Rogers said the violence is likely to cost lives.
The document dubbed “torture report” deals with CIA’s interrogation methods and use
of torture during Bush administration’s so-called war on terror.
The warning was also issued by Secretary of State John Kerry.
He told the Senate Intelligence Committee that the report could spark
new violence in the Middle East and endanger US hostages there.
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Kerry says report could endanger US hostages.