Posted by | May 5, 2011 15:16 | Filed under: Top Stories

Senator John McCain is siding with those who believe enhanced interrogation led to the death of Osama bin Laden. McCain spoke with reporters as he was leaving a briefing with outgoing CIA chief Leon Panetta.

“So far I know of no information that was obtained, that would have been useful, by ‘advanced interrogation.’ In fact, according to published reports … some of the key people who knew about this courrier denied it,” McCain said, careful to note that he was not relaying information from Panetta’s classified session with Senate Intelligence and Armed Services Committee members.

“Where there is published information in the various newspapers and media that the information about this courrier was intercepted conversation between two individuals — that’s as far as I know,” the top Republicans on the Armed Services Committee added. “I stand on the side of the United States and by the Geneva conventions, of which we are signatories, which we were in violation of by waterboarding.”

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