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 White House To Judge: Don't Probe Cia Tapes
IVXX
Posted: Dec 17 2007, 12:51 PM


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Administration says it was not obligated to keep video of interrogations

WASHINGTON - The Bush administration told a federal judge it was not obligated to preserve videotapes of CIA interrogations of suspected terrorists and urged the court not to look into the tapes' destruction.

In court documents filed Friday night, government lawyers told U.S. District Judge Henry H. Kennedy that demanding information about the tapes would interfere with current investigations by Congress and the Justice Department.

It was the first time the government had addressed the issue of the videotapes in court.


Whole story at MSNBC
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seeker135
Posted: Dec 17 2007, 02:16 PM


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QUOTE (IVXX @ Dec 17 2007, 12:51 PM)
Administration says it was not obligated to keep video of interrogations

WASHINGTON - The Bush administration told a federal judge it was not obligated to preserve videotapes of CIA interrogations of suspected terrorists and urged the court not to look into the tapes' destruction.

In court documents filed Friday night, government lawyers told U.S. District Judge Henry H. Kennedy that demanding information about the tapes would interfere with current investigations by Congress and the Justice Department.

It was the first time the government had addressed the issue of the videotapes in court.


Whole story at MSNBC

Nothing to see here, people, move along, move along.

@ IVXX "Military Solution" two words that don't make sense together. B)
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look-up
Posted: Dec 17 2007, 04:36 PM


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yea they're basically saying, "don't investigate how we're investigating, because it might compromise the way we are investigating,"

I wish people weren't so braindead, but they probably will just accept that because one agency is inspecting the actions of another, that it will somehow uncover the truth... yea f-ing right!
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Terrorcell
Posted: Dec 17 2007, 06:22 PM


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:ph43r: Trust us we did nothing wrong. If we come across some wrong doing rest assure we will promo, I mean discipline those responsible.
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seeker135
Posted: Dec 18 2007, 09:30 PM


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QUOTE (Terrorcell @ Dec 17 2007, 06:22 PM)
:ph43r: Trust us we did nothing wrong. If we come across some wrong doing rest assure we will promo, I mean discipline those responsible.

Too bad, W. The judge doesn't have the demented priorities you do. Investigation goes forward.
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