Lawmakers seek answers on destroyed t...

Lawmakers seek answers on destroyed tapes

There are 1 comment on the TulsaWorld.com - News story from Dec 8, 2007, titled Lawmakers seek answers on destroyed tapes. In it, TulsaWorld.com - News reports that:

“You'd have to burn every document at the CIA that has the identity of an agent on it under that theory.”

Angry congressional Democrats demanded Friday that the Justice Department investigate why the CIA destroyed videotapes of the interrogation of two terrorism suspects. via TulsaWorld.com - News

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Cecil Jones

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#1 Dec 10, 2007
If they destroyed them, we must have something to hide. Congress can't prove motive and the prima facia evidence that they did destroy them establishes guilt. If someone burns their files, wouldn't that convict them if the government was looking for the dirt on us? If you convict Michael Vick, can they do this dirty trick? Where does justice for all begin and end? The government is guilty of cheating!

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