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Report: CIA officers read US Senate emails

CIA report: CIA officers read Senate emails, showed 'lack of candour' to investigators
Ken Dilanian, The Associated Press

WASHINGTON - CIA officers improperly accessed U.S. Senate computers, read the emails of Senate staff, and exhibited a "lack of candour" when interviewed by agency investigators, according to a declassified CIA inspector general's report.

The document, released Thursday by the CIA, is a summary of an internal CIA investigation that prompted CIA Director John Brennan to abandon his defiant posture in the matter and apologize to Senate Intelligence Committee leaders.

AP EXCLUSIVE: Early silence on CIA interrogations

AP EXCLUSIVE: Some US ambassadors who knew of brutal CIA interrogations told not to discuss it
Ken Dilanian And Eileen Sullivan, The Associated Press

WASHINGTON - A Senate report on the CIA's interrogation and detention practices after the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks on the U.S. concludes that the agency initially kept the secretary of state and some American ambassadors uninformed about harsh techniques and secret prisons, according to a document circulating among White House staff.

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