Middle East Online, Sep 3, 2009
Documents show ‘assistance provided by certain foreign governments’
US spy agency says further documents too sensitive to release amid public shock in America.
WASHINGTON – The CIA has refused to release further documents related to its controversial suspect rendition, detention and interrogation programs.
In a 33-page court statement made public on Tuesday, the Central Intelligence Agency said the documents contained sensitive information “that implicates intelligence activities, sources and methods, and information relating to the foreign relations and activities of the United States.”
Last month the Department of Justice revealed details of a report by a CIA inspector general that outlined methods used during interrogations of suspects during the presidency of George W. Bush, including threats of rape of family members of detainees and murdering their children.