The CIA Paid 2 Men $80 Million To Come Up With Ways To Torture People

Tuesday, December 9, 2014
By Paul Martin

Pierre Bienaimé
Dec. 9, 2014

The CIA’s “enhanced interrogation techniques” weren’t all old intelligence-community techniques dusted off for the post-9/11 world.

Two contract psychologists developed some of them for the CIA in the summer of 2002, according to a report on the agency’s Detention and Interrogation Program.

Grayson Swigert and Hammond Dunbar had past experience with the US Air Force Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape (SERE) school, established at the end of the Korean War to minimize the risk of sensitive intelligence falling into enemy hands.

A manual used in training soldiers to withstand brutal interrogation techniques if captured also served as a foundation for the US’ own interrogation methods.

The Senate report states: “Neither psychologist had any experience as an interrogator, nor did either have specialized knowledge of al-Qa’ida, a background in counterterrorism, or any relevant cultural or linguistic expertise.”

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