The Sacramento Bee: Public deserves to see Senate’s report on torture

Op-ed by Glenn Carle.

On the second anniversary of Osama bin Laden’s death, the Boston bombings remind us that we must continue to be vigilant in the face of terrorist threats. Vigilant, but not fearful.

Although the Boston attack was, by all accounts, different from those on Sept. 11 – the Tsarnaev brothers appear to have acted alone, not as agents of a terrorist organization – Americans are once again facing pressure to give up our rights and values.

Glenn Carle served in the Central Intelligence Agency for 23 years and was the deputy national intelligence officer for transnational threats at the National Intelligence Council.


Published on May 24, 2013


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