The report on CIA enhanced interrogation techniques released on Tuesday by the Democrat-led Senate Intelligence Committee has spurred plenty of conversation about how the U.S. government treated terrorists who were responsible for the deaths of thousands of innocent civilians.
But it took a social media user to put things into proper perspective with a powerful observation.Twitter user @RennaW reminded us in a tweet that the “report reveals absolutely no terrorists were forced to choose between burning alive or jumping to their death.” A harrowing choice too many were forced to make as the Twin Towers went up in flames on 9/11.
Here are a few supportive responses to her tweet, as seen on Twitter:
Breaking: report reveals absolutely no terrorists were forced to choose between burning alive or jumping to their death
— Renna (@RennaW) December 9, 2014
@RennaW thats is amazing !
— EDDiE WyNN (@eddiewynn7) December 9, 2014
@RGrl1022 @RennaW Their jump to their death should be an awaiting pit full of starving wild boars and punji sticks — Captain Obvious (@RealRyanSipple) December 9, 2014
— RGrl1022 (@RGrl1022) December 9, 2014
— El Queso del Diablo (@WarrenPeas64) December 9, 2014
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