The CIA is facing the most damaging moment in its history as details of its post 9/11 terror suspect interrogation methods were unveiled in Washington.

“It’s a one-stop shopping place for the other side,” Bill Harlow, a top CIA spokesman during the George W. Bush administration, told Foreign Policy.

On the day the summary drops, the CIA will push back sharply against the notion that the program had no value and that the agency lied about its effectiveness in a formal rebuttal.

They concluded the techniques failed to yield life-saving information, and that the CIA misled the government on the nature and extent of the methods.