Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Department Of Justice Looks To Obfuscate An Investigation Into The CIA's Destruction Of Interrogation Tapes

The Department Of Justice is once again looking to muddy the waters in a situation in which a US Intelligence agency has committed serious crimes. There is little question that the video tapes which have been destroyed showed CIA agents committing horrific types of torture on those persons being interrogated. And that the destruction of these tapes was ordered to prevent the American people from ever seeing physical evidence of how despicable the CIA's torture methods are. The DOJ is now telling Congress and the US Judiciary to back off from pressuring it to do an intensive investigation -- and there is little doubt that the White House is largely responsible for the DOJ's aggressive stance here.

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