"EIT" Term Wasn't In Use When Pelosi Was Briefed Here's yet another reason (as if more were needed) to doubt that that CIA briefings document perfectly reflects what lawmakers were told about torture back in the early days of the war on terror. Almost every briefing described in the document -- including the September 2002 Pelosi briefing that's directly at issue -- refers to "EITs," or enhanced interrogation techniques, as a subject that was discussed. But according to a former intelligence professional who has participated in such briefings, that term wasn't used until at least 2006* (see correction below). So the CIA made up the evidence they have on Pelosi? Nice!!! UPDATED: Source: "EIT" Term Wasn't In Use When Pelosi Was Briefed | TPMMuckraker I would not want to be on a committee that was briefed by the Bush administration. Because they are top secret meetings and you are sworn to secrecy. Could go to jail for blabbing. So if Bush tells you he is breaking the law, you are now a co conspirator? I think not. Nancy, they apologize.