Threads like this crack me up.
First of all, there is no such thing as a "non-partisan" review board. The closest thing we have is the SCOTUS and "non-partisan" isn't exactly the first word that comes to mind when you see the words "United States Supreme Court".
Second of all, there is absolutely nothing new or groundbreaking here AT ALL. The quoted text is about the most "No ****, Sherlock" statement that I have read in quite awhile. It's the exact same debate that was going on 10 years ago. Is it torture or is it enhanced interrogation? The liberals are still shouting torture and the conservatives are still shouting enhanced interrogation. So what has changed besides the argument being repackaged under the auspices of some shiny new "non-partisan" commission? Nothing, that's what.A nonpartisan group led by a former top Bush administration official concluded a two-year review on Tuesday that finds the former president and his top advisers knowingly ordered interrogation techniques that U.S. officials have previously referred to as torture.