One of the B-I-G stories this week was the report released by Senate Democrats on how the CIA misled the public on torture. Led by California Senator Dianne Feinstein, the Senate Intelligence Committee issued a scathing document, hundreds of pages long and costing some $50 Million dollars condemning the Central Intelligence Agency usage of water-boarding and other means of torture. However, as many critics, including CIA Director John Brennan point out, there was no ′torture′. The ′Enhanced Interrogation Techniques′, or EIT, were deemed as perfectly legal. Furthermore, the report′s investigators, mainly Democrat senatorial staffers, never interviewed any key members of the CIA, Bush administration or even CIA field agents. Instead, they ′cherry-picked′ emails and cable communications. So, who is misleading whom?