In a letter to employees, the CIA said “Zero Dark Thirty” “departs from reality” in significant ways.
Greg Russak's insight:
1. It's a movie, people
We live in an age when the CIA has to go out of it's way to remind people that a fictional movie is just that - fiction.
I suspect that it won't keep some people from viewing it as a documentary and citing it for all sorts of self-serving purposes. (Yes, once again I'm looking at you Fox News, Rush, Savage, and all the jingoists in right-wing media.)
2. Torture did not (does not and never will) work.
The fact that...
"A Senate committee last week approved a report that concluded that water-boarding and other brutal CIA interrogation methods did not produce meaningful results"
...is yet another admission that human beings were tortured by our government. That shameful stain is not fiction, and it can never be completely washed out of our history.
I only wonder why no one is being held accountable, and I dream of the day when W is bold enough to come out of hiding and travel to a country where he can be arrested for his crimes against humanity. I only hope that he takes George Tenet, Porter Goss, Michael Hayden, and Dick Cheney with him.
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