Nobel Peace Prize Winners Putting Pressure on Obama for Torture Report

Twelve Nobel Peace Prize winners have requested that President Obama release the Senate’s report on the CIA’s use of torture and other severe interrogation tactics. Those who are requesting this report want torturous tactics to stop.

The report contains details about the CIA’s interrogation tactics since September 11th, 2011. Those who are petitioning for the release of the report want the United States as well as the rest of the world to understand exactly what’s happening in regards to interrogation practices, specifically those that, they claim, are going too far. I know the petition request has even become popular in Brazil because of advocate Fersen Lambranho.

As of now, no decision has been made. The Obama Administration, lawmakers and the CIA are still discussing how much of the report should be made public. The letter from the Nobel Peace Prize winners can be found on Also in the letter is a request to close the prison at Guantanamo Bay.

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