detainees were subjected to the CIA's enhanced interrogation techniques
These interrogation techniques include close confinement, sleep deprivation, exposure to cold, prolonged standing, prolonged isolation and waterboarding.
detainees did not meet the standard for detention
This is a conservative calculation and includes only CIA detainees whom the CIA itself determined did not meet the standard for detention.
It does not include individuals about whom there was internal disagreement within the CIA over whether the detainee met the standard or not, or the numerous detainees who, following their detention and interrogation, were found not to “pose a continuing threat of violence or death to U.S. persons and interests” or to be “planning terrorist activities.”
Information about these detainees is provided when available.
detainees who were subjected to enhanced interrogation techniques produced no intelligence
According to CIA records, seven of the 39 CIA detainees known to have been subjected to the CIA's enhanced interrogation techniques produced no intelligence while in CIA custody.
Information about these detainees is not available.
detainees were not previously acknowledged by the CIA until the release of this report
detainees are currently being held in Guantanamo
detainees were subjected to “rectal rehydration”
Because some detainees refused food and water, the CIA experimented with rectal feeding and rehydration. A CIA medical officer referencing the rectal hydration technique applied to Khalid Sheik Mohammed described the procedure: “What I infer is that you get a tube up as far as you can, then open the IV wide. No need to squeeze the bag — let gravity do the work.”
detainees were subjected to waterboarding
detainees were held longer than one year
SOURCE: “Committee Study of the Central Intelligence Agency's Detention and Interrogation Program,” staff reports.