Much of the public didn't see this report. It was carried out by a high-level, bipartisan group of former elected officials, ambassadors and members of the academic, religious and intelligence communities, and it was greatly publicized. But it's not the type of thing that draws the common reader. What's more, there's another report out there that has yet to see the light of day. The Senate Intelligence Committee has completed its own report — and this time, it was based on classified and confidential information to which the task force members did not have access. That report on CIA torture was adopted as long ago as December of last year, yet it remains classified.