So what was redacted in the publicly released version of the CIA Inspector General's report on torture? Oh, mostly death and stuff. Also there were the times the CIA accidentally misplaced detainees.
Also hidden from public scrutiny, according to the official, was the discovery by the CIA Inspector General that the CIA could not adequately account for several of the 100 al Qaeda suspects who were part of the detainee program that the CIA maintained had been well administered.
The official said "a few just got lost and the CIA does to know what happened to them."
Well, you know, high value detainees are always in the last place you or the Red Cross or any representatives of domestic or international law look.