House members denied look at CIA report

AdSense Player. This player has full sharing enabled: social, email, embed, etc. It has the ability to go fullscreen. It will display a list of suggested videos when the video has played to the end.

A senior Democratic lawmaker on the House Intelligence Committee says members of the panel have not been allowed to read the Senate report on CIA interrogations.

Asked if lawmakers with high-level security clearance could read the voluminous investigation on the CIA's use of waterboarding and other "enhanced" interrogation tactics since Sept. 11, 2001, Rep. Adam SchiffAdam SchiffOvernight Cybersecurity: House Intel chief regrets briefing Trump before panel | WikiLeaks drops new CIA docs | Pentagon worried about Chinese investments By briefing White House, Nunes plays Trump's wiretapping game Dem rep: Nunes ‘should step down’ from Intel committee MORE (D-Calif.) said "those of us on the House Intelligence Committee were not able to access the report."

Some members of the Senate Intelligence Committee were "shocked" by the findings in the 6,200 page, four-year committee investigation.

According to reports, Senate investigators found that the CIA misled lawmakers and other decision-makers on the effectiveness of its harsh interrogation techniques.