From our editorial today:
It is past time for a full disclosure of the briefing notes and other communications between the CIA and all members of Congress and staffers who were informed about the interrogation program, coupled with a detailed account of the program’s effectiveness. It is absurd that, with the Obama administration announcing it will resume military-commission trials against al-Qaeda detainees, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed’s lawyers should be given insights about his interrogations while Americans are kept in the dark. We don’t need a committee of Washington solons to tell us how to think about the relevant information. We need the relevant information.