7 May, 2004
Counterterrorism Detention and Interrogation Activities (September 2001-October 2003)
United States. Central Intelligence Agency. Inspector General
This document is a special review by the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency's Office of Inspector General regarding counterterrorism detention and interrogation activities following the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks up through October 2003. This report was released on May 7, 2004 under the designation of Top Secret and was subsequently released in a redacted format on August 24, 2009 following a FOIA request by the American Civil Liberties Union. The report reviews CIA detention and interrogation activities and practices for terror suspects following the September 11th attacks.
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  • Publisher
    United States. Central Intelligence Agency. Inspector General
  • Report Number
    Central Intelligence Agency, Office of Inspector General, Report No. 2003-7123-IG
  • Date
    7 May, 2004
  • Copyright
    Public Domain
  • Retrieved From
    American Civil Liberties Union: www.aclu.org/
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  • Media Type
  • Resource Group
    Reports (OIG)

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