This time, it’s going to be different.
When Gina Haspel — the current deputy director of the CIA, who once ran a secret “black site” prison in Thailand where a terrorism suspect was tortured with waterboarding, and was later involved in destroying torture evidence — was picked this month by President Trump to head the spy agency, her allies said she’d learned her lesson. A friend of Haspel who worked in the Obama administration told the New York Times, “My experience from working with her is that she has learned from those mistakes and will be a thoughtful and conscientious leader of the CIA
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