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(Studio: Charles Gibson) President Obama's view that waterboarding under President Bush' administration was torture noted,
(Studio: Brian Ross) New information about the frequency & severity of the use of waterboarding & those who directed this "torture" examined; details given about the design of the tactic by two CIA-paid psychologists of Mitchell Jessen & Associates. [Jim MITCHELL, Bruce JESSEN- decline to talk.] [USAF Reserve military interrogator Col. Steven KLEINMAN- says it is their concept & they had no experience with waterboarding.] [Senator Carl LEVIN - criticizes the use of these tactics.] The document evidence contradicting what former CIA officer John Kiriakou, who led the Abu Zubaydah capture team, told ABC News in 2007 about the use of waterboarding.
- Gibson, Charles;
- Ross, Brian
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