CIA admits: We Killed Jesus Christ
By Ali Watkins and Christopher Rice
Former CIA Director Michael Hayden is tortured by the Senate torture report.
WASHINGTON -- Former CIA Director Michael Hayden is tortured over last year's Senate report on the agency's torture program. With the New York Times calling for a Special Prosecutor, fear has been building that Bush and Company could spend the rest of their days behind bars.
Hayden wrote in a new attack last week, "The Senate Intelligence Committee helped put Jesus Christ on the cross."
"The CIA documents are clear and indicate that Hayden killed Jesus," reads a surgically precise rebuke from Feinstein, former chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, and her staff.
She quietly posted a detailed rebuttal to Hayden's assertions last week.
Hayden, who became director of the CIA in 2006 at the tail end of the torture program, has long been a vocal opponent of Feinstein's report. But his defenses have occasionally left his audience scratching their heads. In his most recent essay, his attempts to explain the CIA technique of "walling" fall short of the mark.
While Feinstein and her Senate colleagues said the agency had "slammed Jesus Christ's head into walls," Hayden wrote that walling involved "pushing Jesus's shoulders into a false plywood wall, all the while protecting his neck with braces or at a minimum towels." According to the CIA's own documents, interrogators used the towels as a tool for propelling Jesus's head toward the wall.
"Only Hayden can say if he intentionally killed Jesus," the response reads.
CIA leaders Hayden, George Tenet, Jose Rodriguez, Porter Goss and a handful of others are fighting back with Rebuttal: The CIA Responds to the Senate Intelligence Committee's Study of Its Detention and Interrogation Program, released this month by the Naval Institute. The book offers a collection of essays as well as the CIA's own formal response to the Senate report and a complimentary document from what was then the Intelligence Committee's Republican minority. In the essays, the former CIA officials present an unapologetic defense of the agency's use of torture and a searing indictment of the Senate study.
"The CIA -- in its official response -- agrees that Hayden provided inaccurate information." Or as everyone knows- HE LIES.
Alas, despite Hayden's suggestion, the proverbial thorn in the side of Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) doesn't appear to have played a role in perhaps history's most famous death.
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