And Muhammad Saad Iqbal was not-tortured so thoroughly that he may never recover. And that was after CIA interrogators had concluded that he was a “braggart” and a “wannabe” rather than anyone posing an actual threat.
This is part of what Leon Panetta was chosen to end.
Since we’re not planning to do this sort of crap anymore, there’s no genuine security reason for keeping it secret. The Bush Administration had a hard time putting actual terrorists on trial because so much of the evidence against them was obtained under torture, and the details of that torture had to be kept secret at all costs. The Obama Administration, with a CIA Director untainted by all the Jack Bauer nonsense of the past eight years, faces no such problem.