The Justice Department has a duty to investigate, and to hold those responsible for abuses accountable BUT they have apparently not even read the full Senate Torture Report.
All the public has right now is a declassified summary, but the Justice Department has the full, 6,700 page report and we are concerned that they are not opening it due to a cynical attempt to circumvent U.S. open records law and PREVENT its release. Click the buttons below to send these important reports of torture & abuse to the Justice Department, one page at a time.
JOIN US & SEND THEM THE REPORT, ONE PAGE AT A TIME
*The page displayed above is one page from a released summary of the report. The page is randomly generated and a different page of the report will display and be available to share, print or read every time you come back, refresh or send a link to the page.
HOW TO TAKE ACTION
To take action click one or more of the buttons above the page of the report. Every time you come to the page you can take action again and send a different page of the report.
TO PRINT & SEND THE PAGE
Click the Printer Icon at the top of the page to get a printer friendly version of the report page AND a letter to send to the U.S. Attorney General. After you print you can add your own message on the letter before you send it along.
Click the Twitter Icon at the top of the page to send a tweet to the Justice Department. The tweet will link to this page so the Justice Department will receive different pages from the report summary every time someone tweets at them!
TO SEND AN EMAIL
Click the Email Icon at the top of the page to send a pre-drafted email to the Justice Department. Customize your message and help ensure they don't bury the truth on torture!
TO POST ON FACEBOOK
Click the Facebook Icon at the top of the page to post to Facebook. The more we spread the word the more pressure we can put on the Justice Department to ensure accountability for torture!