S. Rept. 111-6: Report of the Select Committee on Intelligence, United States Senate, Covering the Period January 4, 2007 to January 2, 2009, March 9, 2009 [open pdf - 381KB]
The Select Committee on Intelligence submitted to the Senate this report on its activities from January 4, 2007 to January 2, 2009. This report includes the briefing of the CIA detainees who were transferred to Guantanamo in September 2006 and information about the CIA's detention program, which had previously been restricted to the Chairman and Vice Chairman. "In January 2007, during the first month covered by this report, President Bush nominated J. Michael McConnell to be the second Director of National Intelligence (DNI), replacing the first DNI, John D. Negroponte, who was nominated to be the Deputy Secretary of State. Also in January 2007, Attorney General Gonzales informed the Judiciary and Intelligence Committees that, as a result of a recent Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court ruling, electronic surveillance that had been conducted under the President's Terrorist Surveillance Program (TSP) would now be conducted under court authorization. Then, in March 2007, Chairman Rockefeller and Vice Chairman Bond commenced efforts with the Attorney General and DNI McConnell, whom the Senate had confirmed in February, to consider amendments to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA). The Committee's expanded knowledge of the CIA's detention program, and evolving circumstances concerning foreign intelligence surveillance matters, combined with priorities of the new DNI, and ever present and challenging intelligence issues relating to Iran, North Korea, Afghanistan and Pakistan, and Iraq, all served as the basis of important undertakings of the Committee during the 110th Congress."
S. Rept. 111-6; Senate Report 111-6
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