The legal inquiries into the CIA’s destruction of videotapes showing the brutal interrogation of terror suspects may not be over after all.Read the rest here.
A day after the Justice Department announced that a special counsel had concluded his investigation into the matter without bringing criminal charges, officials of the National Archives and Records Administration signaled Wednesday that they plan to reopen their own long delayed probe into whether the agency’s actions constituted an improper destruction of federal records.
“We’re not going to let this drop,” Susan Cooper, a spokeswoman for the National Archives told NBC.
Thursday, November 11, 2010
CIA faces second probe over videotape destruction
Posted by National Freedom of Information Coalition at 10:57 AM
Labels: CIA, interrogations, National Archives
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