NSA engaged in Gitmo torture, too: Snowden

The notorious US National Security Agency collaborated with the CIA and the US military in the torture of those captured over terrorism in the early days of the so-called war on terror.

The agency had appointed a liaison, or NSA LNO, in order to “coordinate” with the interrogators, show entries from an internal NSA publication released by Russia-based whistleblower Edward Snowden.

The liaison was “to collect information of value to the NSA Enterprise and Extended Enterprise” and be “responsible for interfacing with the DoD, CIA, and FBI interrogators on a daily basis in order to assess and exploit information sourced from detainees.”

Sometimes, the relations were reverse with the NSA providing “sensitive NSA-collected technical data and products to assist JTF-GTMO [Joint Task Force Guantanamo] interrogation efforts.”

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