Interview: A rare glimpse inside the shadowy world inside the CIA’s interrogation unit

Interview: A rare glimpse inside the shadowy world inside the CIA’s interrogation unit

Now a rare glimpse inside the shadowy world inside the CIA’s interrogation unit. A 23 year veteran of the agency Glenn Carle has just published a personal account of some of the CIA’s most disturbing investigation methods. It’s not surprising his former employers are not happy about this book. It’s been a 12 month battle to get it published. Aaron Lewis caught up with Glenn Carle in Washington just before he left for Australia to make his appearance at this week’s Sydney Writers’ Festival.

Click here to watch the video: http://www.sbs.com.au/dateline/story/watch/id/601465/n/The-Insider

Click here for the transcript: http://www.sbs.com.au/dateline/story/transcript/id/601465/n/The-Insider

Spy who refused to become the enemy

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Glenn Carle came home the other day, to Brookline, to the house where he grew up, to the house where four generations of his family made their home.

His parents are dead, Carle and his siblings are scattered, and so the house will be sold.

It is, for Carle, a week to remember so much.

Like everybody else in this country who has a pulse, today means something to Glenn Carle. When you and I and everybody else were looking at the smoldering ruins in Lower Manhattan, horrified and saddened and angry and wondering what life would be like after all this, Carle was working, because he was a spy, a CIA agent, and it was his job to find out who made 9/11 happen.

From Boston.com, click to read more.

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