It's good to know, I guess, that there are some things so horrible that the CIA will deny that it did them.
Father of Pakistani Alleges U.S. Torture It also alleged that the building held two children, ages about 6 and 8, of Mohammed, who had been captured in Pakistan within days of Khan.
“They were also mentally tortured by having ants or other creatures put on their legs to scare them and get them to say where their father was hiding,” the statement charged.
Gimigliano, the CIA spokesman, said the agency “forcefully and completely rejects as false any suggestion that its officers would in any way mistreat children, including children of al-Qaida terrorists.”
Just two more small details:
1. In light of everything else we know, how reliable is the CIA's denial?
2. What about the adults?