Familiar Story: CIA Destroys More Tapes

Back in December 2007, we learned that the CIA had destroyed two videotapes depicting the "harsh interrogation" of two detainees in U.S. custody. This morning, we learned those two tapes were the tip of the proverbial iceberg: the CIA has actually destroyed 92 tapes. Those tapes are directly responsive to the ACLU's October 2003 Freedom of Information Act request asking the government to release all documents and information pertaining to the treatment of detainees held in U.S. custody overseas.

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Chris

Hey Peter there are many nations that match your world view. Funny thing is, they are all Dictatorships. Also Post numbers 3, 4, 5, 6, and 9, normally we would call this spam, especially since #5 is a lie based on the content of #3 and #4.

Anonymous

Whatever you do, don't post a 3d animation depicting the statue of liberty exploding after applying for a job with the National Security Agency...

Talk about discrimination...

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