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The CIA is pushing the Obama administration to maintain the secrecy of significant portions of a comprehensive internal account of the agency's interrogation program, according to two intelligence officials.
The officials say the CIA is urging the suppression of passages describing in graphic detail how the agency handled its detainees, arguing that the material could damage ongoing counterterrorism operations by laying bare sensitive intelligence procedures and methods.
Originally posted by grapesofraft
reply to post by The All Seeing I
You know sometimes it is good for the government to keep secrets in certain areas. You do not want to give away your tactics to potential enemies.