Documents: CIA didn't tell officials of post 9/11 interrogation practices

WASHINGTON, D.C. (NEWSCHANNEL 3) - Documents circulating in Washington reveal some top officials may have been left in the dark about post 9/11 interrogation practices.

The Senate report claims some ambassadors at the CIA were informed to not tell their superiors at the State Department about harsh techniques and secret prisons.

Documents on those practices are set to be publicly released soon through a select and carefully redacted 6,300 page report.

The CIA and the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence have been fighting over their release because many former CIA officials believe this could lead to their implication over misleading Congress.