We don’t have it:
Several news organizations reported Friday night that a Central Intelligence Agency report due to be made public next week details extreme tactics employed by agency interrogators, including what was described as a “mock execution.” Those news organizations’ reports could not be independently confirmed.
The content of the document, a 2004 report by the agency’s inspector general, was first described by Newsweek, which cited anonymous sources. The Associated Press and The Washington Post, also citing anonymous sources, reported some of the same details, including the claim that a threat of execution was used in dealing with one detainee, Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri.
A federal judge had ordered that the report be made public Monday in response to a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union, The A.P. reported.
It’s going to be awesome spending the next week listening to cretins on right-wing blogs tell us that this is ok, because Al Qaeda actually executes people. Liberal media, also. We didn’t need to know this.