Four years ago, the Left started kicking up a fuss about an "outed" CIA agent who wasn't covert at the time her maiden name was mentioned in a Novak piece. Scooter Libby was subsequently railroaded over his faulty memory of this non-crime.
Today, ABC published the names and faces of two men who they call the "'architects' of the CIA's interrogation techniques." They go on to inform the public that these two men are retired military men who both have degrees in psychology, and who trained our pilots in resisting such techniques--but also imply that it's somehow wrong to profit by one's knowledge and talent, when they complain that these men were paid a grand a day to oversee the "torture" (which somehow left no lasting physical damage upon the "victims"--captured terrorists).
They also state that they're somehow not really qualified to set up interrogation practices:
"But it turns out neither Mitchell nor Jessen had any experience in conducting actual interrogations before the CIA hired them.
'They went to two individuals who had no interrogation experience,' said Col. Kleinman. 'They are not interrogators.'"
Umm...again, these two trained our pilots in how to resist torture. I don't know how ABC and their associates can possibly think that these two men who they've exposed (which risks their lives, if not national security--just as the Plame exposure did neither) are not qualified to oversee interrogation.
After all, they weren't asking the questions--just making sure procedure was followed to ensure the overall long-term safety of the terrorists interrogated.