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Old 05-13-2009, 09:12 PM
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Really not looking good for the Bush Administration, not at all… Some may have heard today of the news that a credible witness that refutes Cheney’s claims that torture is responsible for extracting accurate information is so wrong. Ali Soufan, a former FBI counter-terrorism agent and interrogator stated at the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee hearing that these methods were unreliable. I think the GOP is running a bit scared. You know, with Cheney peaking his head out of the bunker almost on a weekly basis… Where was he during the 8 years of his regime? Oh, that’s right, he was busy waterboarding… Not looking good for Condi Rice either, might as well go after Dana Parino too…

Senator calls for 'truth commission' to probe Bush-era interrogations -- chicagotribune.com

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