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kindle Ô The Black Banners × Declassified Ë feedmarkformulate ´ ☆ [PDF / Epub] ★ The Black Banners (Declassified): How Torture Derailed the War on Terror after 9/11 (Declassified Edition) By Ali Soufan ✩ – Widely heralded on publication as a must reaWidely heralded on publication as a must read Military Review and important window on America's battle with al aeda Washington Post Ali Soufan's revelatory account of the war on terror as seen from its front lines changed the way we understand al aeda and how the United States prosecuted the war and led to hard uestions being asked of our leadersWhen The Black Banners was published in 2011 significant portions of the text were redacted After subseuent review by the Central Intelligence Agency those redactions have been lifted Their removal corrects the record on how vital intelligence was obtained f

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Ces as a lead operative for the FBI and declassified government records The Black Banners Declassified documents the intelligence failures that lead to the tragic attacks on New York and Washington DC and subseuently how torture derailed the fight against al aeda With this edition eighteen years on from the first sanctioned enhanced interrogation techniue the public can finally read the complete story of what happened in their name after the events of 911The Black Banners Declassified includes a new foreword from Ali Soufan that addresses the significance of the CIA's decision to lift the redactions

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The Black Banners Declassified How Torture Derailed the War on Terror after 9 11 Declassified EditionRom al aeda suspects and brings forth important new details on the controversial use of enhanced interrogation techniues torture to extract information from terror suspects For many years proponents of the use of these techniues have argued that they produced actionable intelligence in the war on terror This edition of The Black Banners explodes this myth; it shows Soufan at work using guile and intelligent uestioning not force or violence to extract some of the most important confessions in the war and it vividly recounts the failures of the government's torture program Drawing on Soufan's experien