Not surprising, but the declassification and release of the 2004 CIA inspector General's report has been delayed for the third time.
The IG report has been deemed the "Holy Grail" by those of us interested obtaining accountability for the torture conducted in our names in the "War on Terror." I can only hope that this means there is a significant push from somewhere to disclose more than some agency wants disclosed.
The timeline of delayed release continues:
June 17: The WaPo reports that the CIA is pushing the Obama Administration to keep descriptions of the torture used against detainee redacted. The same article reported that CIA "has not yet forwarded the document to the White House or the Justice Department for final review."
June 19: The CIA gets its first delay--to June 26, citing the need for an interagency review.
June 26: The CIA gets its second delay--to July 1, again citing the need for an interagency review.
July 1: The third delay, reason yet to be revealed.
I will update as more info becomes available.