Rear Admiral Kyle J. Cozad, Commander, Joint Task Force Guantanamo, speaks during an interview November 7, 2014 from his headquarters at the US Naval Base in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. AFP PHOTO/CHANTAL VALERY
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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 Tuesday.Sources familiar with the document said it includes graphic details about techniques the Central Intelligence Agency used in the years after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on the United States.Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein, who chairs the Intelligence Committee, is due to make the report public in a Senate floor speech.The 500-plus page report that the Intelligence Committee has prepared for release, a summary of a much more detailed, 6,000-page narrative which will remain secret, includes a 200-page narrative of the interrogation program's history and 20 case studies of the interrogations of specific detainees.Intelligence Committee Democrats were expected to post the report on the panel's website on Tuesday, along with lengthy critiques of it by committee Republicans and the CIA.
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