Thursday, December 06, 2007

We didn't hide anything. Really.

In 2002, the CIA taped interrogations of suspected members of al Qaeda.

In 2005, they deleted the tapes. Evidently, they thought nobody would need them. Not Congress who was investigating whether the CIA was using torture techniques (such as waterboarding). Not the justice department. Not the courts who would want to know just how the evidence against the suspects was obtained.

Yeah. I'm *sure* there was nothing to hide here.

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