Urge the Senate Intelligence Committee to Declassify the Torture Report

Americans deserve the truth on torture.

The Senate Committee on Intelligence has produced and approved a 6,000-plus page report based on a review of over 6 million pages of official records. Now, they will soon vote on whether to seek declassification and release of key portions of the report. Senators familiar with the report say it will show that torture in the CIA program was more widespread than we thought, and ineffective at securing the information needed to stop terrorist attacks.  But until these findings are made public, proponents of so-called "enhanced interrogation techniques"--a euphemism for torture--will continue to advocate for a return to these techniques, arguing that they are lawful and effective.

Help us press the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence to vote to make public its report on the post-9/11 torture program.