The CIA has said they will not release any more documentation regarding torture because it could threaten national security. In a lawsuit by the ACLU, a federal judge told the CIA they had until Monday to turn the documents over.
Jameel Jaffar said: "The CIA's arguments are utterly disconnected from the Obama administration's stated positions. The agency seems to be disregarding altogether the important policy changes that President Obama announced immediately after he took office."
The CIA also stated that the public only needs to know "historical context" of the supposed torture program.