lördag 13 december 2014

2 Sadistiska Psykologer fick 610 Miljoner för att driva USA:s Globala Tortyr-skola - "Mengele ler"

USA:s CIA betalade en god bit över 600 miljoner kronor till två sadistiska psykologer för att de skulle driva en amerikansk tortyr-skola och utveckla tortyrprogrammen globalt. Dr. Mitchell och Dr. Jessen är ägare av tortyrbolaget som utvecklade och anpassade svunna tiders Gestapo-tortyr till amerikanska förhållanden för att fylla CIA:s önskemål...

Allt från ändtarmsmatning till waterboarding och avancerad psykologisk tortyr med skenavrättningar och extrema sexuella perversiteter, anpassades av Dr. Mitchell och Dr. Jessen till CIA:s tortyrprogram...

Förutom Dr. Mitchell och Dr. Jessen, så hade tortyrbolaget ytterligare fem stycken delägare enligt företagsregistreringen. Huvudbolaget blev inaktivt i slutet av 2009.

- Fyra av de sju vinstdrivande tortyrutvecklarna arbetar fortfarande åt företag som anlitas av Obamaregimen i USA.

 Dr. Mitchell and Dr. Jessen
The CIA paid $81 million to two psychologists for their assessment of the interrogations. Identified by their pseudonyms in the report – Dr. Mitchell and Dr. Jessen – they continuously pushed for tougher interrogations.

The pair were previously involved in running a Cold War-era program that taught what it would be like to be captured by the enemy by using methods that were never meant to be applied in American interrogations and were known to produce false confessions, The New York Times reported.

- The report reveals that Dr. Mitchell and Dr. Jessen ran the CIA program from 2005 until its closure in 2009.



These 7 Men Owned The Company Linked To CIA Torture
UK Business Insider 2014-12-11
After the release of the details of the Senate investigation, NBC News reported the company that worked to develop these techniques and received more than $80 million from the government for its work was a firm based in Spokane, Washington, called Mitchell, Jessen & Associates.

While much of the attention on Mitchell, Jessen & Associates has focused on the two owners of the company who gave it its name, the firm had seven co-owners.

Documents exclusively obtained by Business Insider on Wednesday confirmed the names of these seven people as well as their roles at the company.

The records also detailed when Mitchell, Jessen & Associates was first established.

- According to a document filed with the state of Washington in 2008, the seven owners of Mitchell, Jessen & Associates were James Mitchell, John Bruce Jessen, David Ayers, Randall Spivey, James Sporleder, Joseph Matarazzo, and Roger Aldrich.

Records show Mitchell, Jessen & Associates became inactive in October 2009. However, four of the company's owners appear to work at other firms that currently consult with the US government. 

Three of them — Spivey, Sporleder, and Aldrich — are still working together at a company called the Center For Personal Protection & Safety, which counts both the Department of Defense and the FBI among its clients.

Their company reportedly developed interrogation techniques the Senate report described as "brutal," including forced rectal feedings, waterboarding, sleep deprivation, mock executions, and intense psychological manipulation.

Late Wednesday evening, a CIA representative said the agency would not be able to comment on this story until the following morning, at the earliest. [...]
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RT 2014-12-12
According to the Senate panel’s long-awaited report, two contractors in particular – codenamed 'Swigert' and 'Dunbar' – played a pivotal role in advising the CIA as the agency sought tactics to interrogate suspected terrorists in the wake of 9/11. 

Reports published as far back as almost a decade ago identify those men as James Elmer Mitchell and Bruce Jessen – two psychologists who made bank by designing the torture program and to this day remain on Uncle Sam’s payroll.

- In all, the Senate report suggests that the two contractors who created the torture program were paid more than $80 million in taxpayer money for their work with the CIA. 

The government has agreed to cover upwards of $5 million in additional indemnity costs for the two men if they incur legal costs for their role as interrogation program architects through 2021, and the executive summary released on Tuesday after nearly four years of work suggests the pair has already received $1.1 million due to legal fees largely involving the creation of the Senate Committee’s report.

Those men, the Senate Intelligence Committee said this week, were the “sole source contract to provide operational psychologists, debriefers and security personnel at CIA detention sites.”

In 2002, the CIA sent 'Swigert' to an unnamed country, according to the report, where he would initially “consult on the psychological aspects” of the planned interrogation of Abu Zubaydah – a Palestinian man captured that March in Pakistan as an enemy combatant.

Within a month of Zubaydah being captured, CIA headquarters had decided that the detainee would be interrogated by what the Senate report described as “the most coercive option” available to the government: a regiment designed by Swigert but opposed by the FBI.

The tactics proposed by Swigert, according to the report, included cramped confinement, wall standing, stress positions, sleep deprivation, waterboarding, forcing detainees to wear diapers, and what the Senate called “mock burial.”

Swigert had come up with those suggestions and others along with 'Dunbar,' and told the CIA that the men should be contracted together to aid with interrogations.

Both Swigert and Dunbar lacked previous involvement in any real-world interrogations, the Senate Committee found, and had proposed a policy of torture developed decades earlier by the US based on resisting torture tactics that the North Vietnamese might have used against American troops.

Regardless of their inexperience and their insistence on using crude techniques intended to sometimes bring detainees close to death, however, the government gave both contractors millions of dollars over the course of several years to oversee the program they orchestrated under then-President George W. Bush.

“- Neither psychologist had experience as an interrogator, nor did either have specialized knowledge of Al-Qaeda, a background in terrorism or any relevant regional, cultural or linguistic expertise,” the Senate report reads.

Nevertheless, the contractors "implicitly proposed continued use of the technique – at a daily compensation reported to be $1800/day, or four times that of interrogators who could not use the technique,” the Senate found.

As recently as June 2013, the CIA stood by their decision to contract the two men, telling the Intelligence Committee that Swigert and Dunbar’s “academic research” and “research papers” made them credible architects of the interrogation program.

In response, the SIC wrote that the CIA failed to “describe any experience related to actual interrogations or counterterrorism, or any relevant cultural, geographic or linguistic expertise” exhibited by either man.

“We believe their expertise was so unique that we would have been derelict had we not sought them out when it became clear that CIA would be heading into the uncharted territory of the program,” the CIA told Senate staffers.[...]


- Why the Senate Torture Report Doesn’t Matter
- Interview with David Remes

Publicerades den 9 dec. 2014 breakingtheset
Abby Martin speaks with human rights lawyer, David Remes, about the contents of the newly released Senate torture report summary and how it will impact the future of the “war on terror”.


Übermänniskor i  USA:s exceptionella media - anser att Amerika bara torterade djur...

Publicerades den 11 dec. 2014
What the Torture Report Isn’t Telling You. Why is the corporate media turning torture into a debate? Abby Martin discusses the media’s reaction to the Senate torture report and why torture has suddenly turned into a partisan debate.
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2 Sadistiska Psykologer fick 610 Miljoner för att driva USA:s Globala Tortyr-skola - "Mengele ler"
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