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Pro Publica report finds at least 20 CIA prisoners still missing




A general view taken on November 16, 2012 shows a cell in the former Saint-Joseph prison in Lyon.
A general view taken on November 16, 2012 shows a cell in the former Saint-Joseph prison in Lyon.
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During the Bush administration, more than 100 suspected terrorists were believed to have been held in secret CIA prisons or shipped to other countries in secret where they were held and interrogated. Now a new report from the investigative news site Pro Publica finds that at least 20 of those prisoners have seemingly disappeared.

They're unaccounted for. We talk to one of the members of the investigative team, Pro Publica's Cora Currier.