The American military has made a water torture in support of the new Director of the CIA

The American military has made a water torture in support of the new Director of the CIA

Author: Natalia Osmolovskaya

CIA Gina Haspel Tim Kennedy

Green beret US army and former UFC fighter Tim Kennedy passed the waterboarding (simulated drowning) in support of the appointment of Gina Haesang for the post of CIA Director.

A relevant video shot with the help of friends, Kennedy was posted to Twitter and Facebook, noting that when you pour a stream of water for 10-60 seconds, can not even try to hold your breath as the water enters the lungs and is collected in the maxillary sinuses and flows out through the nose and eyes.

This procedure Kennedy exposed himself 45 minutes in between answering the questions of friends. After the publication of the video former soldier said: it’s not about showing courage, but simply attempt to show people that there is “nothing”.

Such unusual move former military decided because of suspicions about the possible involvement Haspel to use enhanced interrogation techniques, in other words, the torture of suspects. His videos, convinced Kennedy proves that simulated drowning is not torture, therefore, any allegations in the address Haspel that ex-military called “heroine” is groundless.

To appoint the head of the Central intelligence Agency Gina Haspel, now acting Director of the CIA, proposed by President Donald trump. If the Senate approves the nomination, Haspel will become the first woman to be approved for this post.

Enhanced interrogation techniques were introduced in the United States after the tragic events of September 11, 2001. At the time Haspel led a secret prison in Thailand, where during interrogation, the two suspected of terrorism were subjected to enhanced interrogation techniques, including waterboarding. According to Haspel, she categorically against the resumption of this program.

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