Interrogators and behavioral scientists from GTMO travel to Fort Bragg, NC for training conducted by instructors from JPRA's SERE school (SASC)
Basically supports Bybee memo findings
The first two, issued on May 10, 2005, address the legality of the CIA's coercive interrogation techniques, individually and in combination, under the federal anti-torture statute. The third memorandum, issues on May 30, 2005, analyzes the techniques under Article 16 of the Convention Against Torture.
prohibiting the use of "cruel, inhuman, or degrading treatment or punishment" against any "individual in the custody or under the physical control of the United States Government"
particular violations of Common Article 3 of the Geneva Conventions are subject to criminal prosecution under the War Crimes Act. The law provided that that president has the authority "to interpret the meaning and application of the Geneva Conventions and to promulgate higher standards and administrative regulations for violations of treaty obligations which are not grave breaches of the Geneva Conventions."
and authorizes CIA continued use of certain interrogation practices as determined by the CIA director. OLC issues memo analyzing legality of techniques under Common Article 3 of the Geneva Conventions, the Detainee Treatment Act, and the War Crimes Act
CIA acknowledges interrogation videotapes were destroyed.