The secret's out. At least, in part. A Senate panel has partially published its report on the CIA's use of torture after the September 11 attacks of 2001. The conclusions are damning, detailing how intelligence services conducted interrogations that were more brutal than stated, and how methods like waterboarding in fact yielded precious little information. Anticipating a hostile reaction, the US has stepped up security at embassies abroad. What will be the fallout from this report?
Counterterrorism counsel, Reprieve US
Gene Arthur COYLE
Former CIA officer and Professor at the School of Global and International Studies, University of Indiana
Régis LE SOMMIER
Associate Editor in Chief, Paris Match
Human rights legal scholar