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After Haspel arrived, a Saudi terror suspect named Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri was brought to the facility and subjected to water boarding at least three times, the Senate report said. CIA contract psychologist Bruce Jessen crafted a plan for the use of "enhanced interrogation techniques" on al-Nashiri, but a ...
In legal documents reviewed by BuzzFeed News, Mitchell's business partner, psychologist John Bruce Jessen, referred several times to the chief of base ... asked the CIA to declassify “pertinent agency documents related to Ms. Haspel's role” in the CIA torture program “in order to fully and fairly review her ...

A little over a year ago, to defend themselves in a lawsuit brought by three victims of torture in CIA black sites, James Mitchell and John “Bruce” Jessen issued a subpoena to depose “Gina Doe, former Chief of Staff to Jose Rodriguez when he served as the Chief of the CIA's Clandestine Service and former ...
A little over a year ago, to defend themselves in a lawsuit brought by three victims of torture in CIA black sites, James Mitchell and John “Bruce” Jessen, the architects of US enhanced interrogation techniques, issued a subpoena to depose “Gina Doe”. Legal documents identified her as “Gina Doe, former ...
CIA contract psychologist Bruce Jessen crafted a plan for the use of "enhanced interrogation techniques" on al-Nashiri, but a dispute developed over ... President Donald Trump has expressed support for water boarding and other torture techniques, but his top national security officials have testified that ...
Last year, Haspel's name came up during a civil lawsuit in Spokane, Washington, filed by three men who said they suffered waterboarding, beatings and sleep deprivation in the CIA interrogation program developed by former Spokane psychologists James E. Mitchell and Bruce Jessen. Lawyers for the ...

WASHINGTON (AP) — Gina Haspel's colleagues describe her as a seasoned veteran who would lead the CIA with integrity. ... they suffered waterboarding, beatings and sleep deprivation in the CIA interrogation program developed by former Spokane psychologists James E. Mitchell and Bruce Jessen.
Trump's pick for CIA tied to torture lawsuit involving Spokane psychologists ... to question Gina Haspel and another CIA official, James Cotsana, about whether they supervised the interrogation of three terrorism suspects using a program developed by James E. Mitchell and Bruce Jessen of Spokane.
Spokane psychologists James Mitchell and Bruce Jessen may not be done talking to attorneys about waterboarding. ... approval from U.S. District Court Judge Justin Quackenbush to interview Mitchell and Jessen about their observations during the torture of Abu Zubaydah at a CIA black site in Poland.
Lawyers for the three plaintiffs in the suit, filed in 2015 in Federal District Court in Spokane, Wash., said the former prisoners were tortured at secret C.I.A. detention sites. The settlement with the psychologists, Dr. Bruce Jessen and Dr. James Mitchell, came after a judge last month urged resolving the case ...
James Mitchell, the former Spokane psychologist who designed and participated in the CIA's water boarding torture of terrorism suspects, was interviewed ... Report on Intelligence found ample evidence that Spokane psychologists Bruce Jessen and James Mitchell provided the CIA the methods for torture, ...
Three plaintiffs have alleged they were detained and tortured in secret CIA prisons in the wake of 9/11, using techniques devised by psychologists James Mitchell and John Bruce Jessen. Lawyers for the plaintiffs claim the former CIA contractors “aided and abetted the torture and other cruel, inhuman and ...
ACLU attorney Dror Ladin argues Friday before U.S. District Court Judge Justin Quackenbush. Ladin is representing three men who argue they were subjected to torture that was designed and sometimes carried out by Spokane psychologists Bruce Jessen and James Mitchell. (Illustration by Molly Quinn).
Senate's torture investigation was politically motivated, according to Spokane psychologists in waterboarding lawsuit ... Spokane psychologists Bruce Jessen and James Mitchell claim a U.S. Senate investigation into CIA torture interrogations was politically motivated and want the findings barred from an ...
... terrorism suspects in secret C.I.A. prisons, John Bruce Jessen, a former military psychologist, expressed ambivalence about the program. He described himself and a fellow military psychologist, James Mitchell, as reluctant participants in using the techniques, some of which are widely viewed as torture, ...
SPOKANE, Wash. -- A psychologist who helped design the CIA's harsh interrogation methods in the war on terror has said his participation in the program that involved torturing suspects caused him "great, soulful torment." The comments were in videotaped depositions of Bruce Jessen ahead of a Sept.
When Bruce Jessen and James Mitchell urged their bosses in the CIA to halt the waterboarding of a terrorism suspect in 2002, they were pressured to ... one of two former Fairchild Air Force Base psychologists who helped develop and implement the post-9/11 torture program from their offices in downtown ...

Spokane psychologists James Mitchell and Bruce Jessen may not be done talking to attorneys about waterboarding. ... approval from U.S. District Court Judge Justin Quackenbush to interview Mitchell and Jessen about their observations during the torture of Abu Zubaydah at a CIA black site in Poland.
Lawyers for the three plaintiffs in the suit, filed in 2015 in Federal District Court in Spokane, Wash., said the former prisoners were tortured at secret C.I.A. detention sites. The settlement with the psychologists, Dr. Bruce Jessen and Dr. James Mitchell, came after a judge last month urged resolving the case ...
James Mitchell, the former Spokane psychologist who designed and participated in the CIA's water boarding torture of terrorism suspects, was interviewed ... Report on Intelligence found ample evidence that Spokane psychologists Bruce Jessen and James Mitchell provided the CIA the methods for torture, ...
Three plaintiffs have alleged they were detained and tortured in secret CIA prisons in the wake of 9/11, using techniques devised by psychologists James Mitchell and John Bruce Jessen. Lawyers for the plaintiffs claim the former CIA contractors “aided and abetted the torture and other cruel, inhuman and ...
ACLU attorney Dror Ladin argues Friday before U.S. District Court Judge Justin Quackenbush. Ladin is representing three men who argue they were subjected to torture that was designed and sometimes carried out by Spokane psychologists Bruce Jessen and James Mitchell. (Illustration by Molly Quinn).
Senate's torture investigation was politically motivated, according to Spokane psychologists in waterboarding lawsuit ... Spokane psychologists Bruce Jessen and James Mitchell claim a U.S. Senate investigation into CIA torture interrogations was politically motivated and want the findings barred from an ...
... terrorism suspects in secret C.I.A. prisons, John Bruce Jessen, a former military psychologist, expressed ambivalence about the program. He described himself and a fellow military psychologist, James Mitchell, as reluctant participants in using the techniques, some of which are widely viewed as torture, ...
When Bruce Jessen and James Mitchell urged their bosses in the CIA to halt the waterboarding of a terrorism suspect in 2002, they were pressured to ... one of two former Fairchild Air Force Base psychologists who helped develop and implement the post-9/11 torture program from their offices in downtown ...
It's too bad the trial of two CIA contract psychologists who created the ... Dr. James Mitchell, an Air Force psychologist and Dr. Bruce Jessen.
The historic ACLU lawsuit brought against psychologists James Elmer Mitchell and John “Bruce” Jessen, architects of the post-9/11 CIA torture ...
Two CIA Contractors Successfully Sued for “Black Site” Torture ... The two psychologists are James Mitchell and John Bruce Jessen, who ...
The first trial ever to involve the CIA's secret interrogation of foreign ... for the CIA torture program has been dismissed at the initial stages, ... WELNA: The two defendants, psychologists James Mitchell and Bruce Jessen, tried ...
The settlement with the psychologists, Dr. Bruce Jessen and Dr. ... as torture are part of a lawsuit filed on behalf of former C.I.A. detainees.
Internal C.I.A. records indicate that the psychologists, James Mitchell and John Bruce Jessen, anticipated objections that critics would later level ...
“A single slap to the face,” as the CIA-funded attorney for Spokane's torture ... two former Fairchild Air Force Base psychologists whose company earned ... It was administered by Bruce Jessen against Gul Rahman, who was ...
Three victims of the CIA's torture program have filed a lawsuit ... Mitchell and John “Bruce” Jessen, former U.S. military psychologists who ...
The ACLU is suing James Mitchell and John "Bruce" Jessen for their role in ... Google "CIA torture," and read the reports about the lawsuit.
... in 2015 against psychologists James Mitchell and John "Bruce" Jessen, who allegedly designed and persuaded the CIA to adopt their torture ...
James Mitchell, the former Spokane psychologist who designed and ... psychologists Bruce Jessen and James Mitchell provided the CIA the ...
Psychologists James Mitchell and Bruce Jessen are being sued by the American Civil Liberties Union on behalf of three men who said they ...
Jury to rule on whether the CIA's torture architects will stand trial for killing and maiming ... Psychologist James Mitchell is the self-described "architect" of the CIA's torture ... "Bruce" Jessen -- they're the pair who oversaw black-site torture programs that ... Jury to decide fate of CIA torture psychologists [AP] ...
Three former CIA detainees who underwent enhanced torture ... Psychologists Elmer Mitchell and John “Bruce” Jessen stood before US District ...
The torture civil suit against two Spokane psychologists will continue to ... without direct evidence showing Bruce Jessen and James Mitchell interrogated ... subjected to torture by the CIA in the early years of the war on terror.
James Mitchell, the former Spokane psychologist who designed and participated in the CIA's waterboarding torture of terrorism suspects, ... The attorneys defending Spokane psychologists James Mitchell and Bruce Jessen ...
Spokane psychologists Bruce Jessen and James Mitchell claim a U.S. Senate investigation into CIA torture interrogations was politically ...
(ie Sept.5) For many months lawyers for the two men, Bruce Jessen and James ... and trained others to carry out the CIA's torture programme of men which most .... Ben Soud who survived the psychologists' “enhanced interrogation techniques” ... The psychologist watched the prisoner subjected to a “hard ...
That development took the form of two CIA contract psychologists, Bruce Jessen and James Mitchell. Jessen and Mitchell had been ...
Though earlier attempts by others to sue the CIA for alleged torture were ... Air Force psychologists James Mitchell and John “Bruce” Jessen, ...
What are the CIA 'Torture' Techniques That Two Psychologists are Going to Trial for? ... devised by psychologists James Mitchell and John Bruce Jessen. ... US psychologist James Mitchell (L) speaks with an interviewer at the ...
The American Civil Liberties Union sued psychologists Bruce Jessen and James Mitchell in 2015 on behalf of three men who contend they were tortured using techniques designed by the two.
5 trial date for psychologists Bruce Jessen and James Mitchell. Attorneys for the psychologists, whose company was based in Spokane, argued in documents filed Wednesday that the Trump administration's decision to keep some documents secret hinders ...
James Mitchell, the former Spokane psychologist who designed and participated in the CIAs water boarding torture of terrorism suspects, was interviewed Wednesday, Jan. 25, on FOX News.
Eliades explains that the procedure in question was a colonoscopy, so given Nashiri's sexual victimization as a result of torture, "naturally anything that involved a colonoscopy would be a sensitive matter." Eliades also complained that the .... at ...


 

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