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“Every single page had something in the executive summary that shocked me,” the California Democrat said. “Whether it was the rehydration anally or keeping them sleep deprived for one-hundred and eighty hours with their hands over their head in shackles. That is not what this country is about and we have got to shut this down.”
When asked if the CIA should issue an apology, Speier replied “Absolutely.”
She seemed less inclined, however, to speculate on just how likely that outcome would be. “There’s an arrogance that exists within the CAI that has to be reined in,” Speier said. “I would certainly hope that they would recognize that, with some soul-searching, that they have got to come clean on this.”
On MSNBC, a U.S. Representative Jackie Speier (D-CA, 14th District) said the CIA should apologize to terrorists.