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This cable seems to provide the Director of Central Intelligence's guidelines for the operation of detention facilities, and specifically for COBALT, a CIA black site in Northern Kabul, Afghanistan. Almost everything but the acknowledgement is ...
Dec. 20, 2016
Non-legal Memo, Cable
George J. Tenet
This CIA memo discusses the timeline for the use of enhanced interrogation techniques post 9/11 on high value detainees at black sites.
Dec. 20, 2016
Non-legal Memo
George J. Tenet, George Bush
EIT, SERE
This June 18, 2004 letter from Jack Goldsmith to George Tenet provides feedback on the Inspector General's report.
Aug. 31, 2016
Letter
Jack L. Goldsmith
George Tenet
Jack L. Goldsmith, George J. Tenet
This letter from Scott Muller explains that Jack Goldsmith's letter to George Tenet, Director of the CIA, was forwarded to the Inspector General and that his office would decide whether the suggested changes to the Special Review would be made. ...
Aug. 31, 2016
Letter
Scott W. Muller
Jack L. Goldsmith
Jack L. Goldsmith, Scott W. Muller, George J. Tenet, John L. Helgerson
Abu Zubaydah
EIT
This letter from John Helgerson, Inspector General of the CIA, to Jack Goldsmith of the OLC addresses the DOJ's proposed modifications to the IG report. Helgerson writes, "we have carefully reviewed the comments of the [DOJ] regarding the Special ...
This document is a list of classified DOJ legal advice regarding the CIA's interrogation program dated April 29, 2008.
Aug. 31, 2016
Chart/List
John A. Rizzo, George J. Tenet, Scott W. Muller, John McLaughlin, John A. Rizzo, Steven G. Bradbury
EIT
An OLC memo addressing whether certain enhanced interrogation techniques used by the CIA are consistent with the United States's obligations under Article 16 of the United Nations Convention Against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading ...
These guidelines, issued by George Tenet, detail permissible interrogation techniques (including EITs), medical and psychological personnel who must be present, interrogation personnel, approvals required, and recordkeeping requirements.
This article criticizes the CIA's use of secret detention facilities and its interrogation methods. It states, "several of the CIA's detainees probably have been tortured and "a controversial Justice Department opinion defending such abuse was ...
Mar. 15, 2013
Other
George J. Tenet
Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, Abu Zubaydah
Use of water, Waterboarding
CIA memo about a "Detainee Working Group" organized to coordinate the CIA's response to external inquiry concerning its "actual and alleged detention, debriefing, interrogation, and rendition practices." The memo lays out the working group's ...
Mar. 15, 2013
Non-legal Memo
George J. Tenet