FBI issues bulletin warning law enforcement officials that the released CIA torture report may spark extremist activity at home or overseas.
— CNN Breaking News (@cnnbrk) December 9, 2014
U.S. diplomatic and military posts overseas are being put on high alert over the potential backlash from a looming Senate report examining the alleged use of torture by the CIA, with one top lawmaker warning its release could cause “violence and deaths.”
A Senate report which examined the use of torture by the CIA is expected to be released tomorrow.
Those familiar with the report are fearful that the findings will spark widespread violence against Americans worldwide.
Officials from the intelligence community and State Department confirmed to Fox News early Monday that an advisory has been sent urging U.S. personnel overseas to reassess security measures.
At least six thousand Marines have been put on a high state of alert due to the report.