Transcript for CIA Torture Report Expected to Be Made Public
see a kiss. We'll move on to the top-secret report on torture about to be made public. The most extensive accounting of the cia tactics after the 9/11 attacks. Chief global affairs anchor Martha Raddatz has the latest. Reporter: There is great concern this morning about potential for violence after the release of this shocking report. Cables September to all diplomatic and military facilities urging them to review all security procedures. The cia and the bush administration have already faced extensive investigation and criticism for interrogation techniques that included waterboarding that was stopped years ago. This report coming out provides far more detail. Never heard before. Which is described to ABC news as very graphic, George, and very disturbing. Which is why there could be such a backlash. On the failed rescue attempt over the weekend, tragic details. The south african prisoner may have been on the verge of release. So sad. A south african humanitarian group was just hours away from Pierre korkie's release. Having negotiated for months. Of course he, like American Luke somers was executed in this raid by the Al Qaeda terrorists. This morning, the U.S. Ambassador to South Africa told the associated press that American officials were not informed of those negotiations when S.E.A.L. Team 6 went in to try to rescue the men. We were completely unaware of those developments and had to act hastily. Al Qaeda had released a tape saying somers would be executed within 72 hours. The threat was imminent. Thank you, Martha. Let's go to Amy with the other
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