Was it the CIA in the US who interrogated the prisoners at what I see is sometimes called Gitmo, Guantanamo. The US does not use torture on suspected terrorists, just an interrogation technique called water boarding, where the victim is strapped down horizontally and made to feel like he is drowning.
One victim, and yes, I am using that word consciously, was subjected to this 63 or 83 times. I can't recall, but in the multiple tens. Apparently, according to a Mr Cheney, this saved the world from terrorism.
Of course it is boring to watch, and so probably can't be construed as torture. It would be ever so much more interesting to see some real old fashioned torture, such as bit of electro applied to a bloke's nads, but apparently this might fall in the category of torture.
While Cheney and his ilk play around with definitions of torture, they cannot stand on any moral high ground and lecture others. And god help any future US prisoners captured on foreign soil. They can expect no mercy and the captors would laugh at pleas from the US government.