'A dozen al Qaeda plots to kill people were stopped because of the information they got from coercive interrogation.'

Mary Katharine Ham
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Posted: Sep 20, 2006 9:25 PM

Watch the video.

An ABC report using anonymous sources confirms the success of coercive torture techniques, with information from CIA agents opposed to the techniques.

Not only did they break Khaled Sheikh Mohammed; not only was the information he gave them valuable; not only did it save lives; but Ross’s sources include people within the CIA who are opposed to the practices.

The best part, though? Learning that Ramzi Binalshibh cried like a three-year-old girl.

Awaiting reaction from Andrew Sullivan.

Bonus: O'Reilly picks a gangsta handle, and picks well.

Update: Kim Priestap has an update on what went down in the House today. A House committee backed Bush's detainee interrogation program.