CIA

Mattathias Schwartz, The Intercept
In January 2013, during the military trial of five men accused of plotting the 9/11 attacks, a defense lawyer was discussing a motion relating to the CIA’s black-site program, when a mysterious entity cut the audio feed to the gallery. A red light began to glow and spin. Someone had triggered the courtroom’s censorship system. The system was...
Lauren McCauley, staff writer
Shahram Amiri attends a news briefing while holding his son, Amir Hossein, as he arrives at the Imam Khomeini airport just outside Tehran after returning from the U.S. on July 15, 2010. (Photo: AP)
Iranian nuclear scientist Shahram Amiri, who claimed to have been tortured and...
Nika Knight, staff writer
In a New York Times op-ed , former CIA head Michael Morell on Friday endorsed...

Further

Because no one has yet been held accountable for U.S. torture practices widely deemed "sadistic and terrifying," two open-government and FOIA activists are suing the CIA for its continued secrecy about its alleged secret surveillance of Senate lawmakers secretly investigating secret Bush-era torture. Welcome to the most transparent - and Kafkaesque - administration in history.