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Even though he has yet to complete his investigation, a federal prosecutor has already signaled that he is unlikely to indict any CIA employees for incinerating 92 secret interrogation tapes that purportedly show suspects being waterboarded.
Lost in the flood of reports about the CIA admitting the destruction of 92 interrogation tapes in a government legal filing were new and potentially devastating details. Sources close to an ongoing probe told The Washington Post that they expect no one at the CIA will be charged.
Originally posted by organism315
reply to post by baseball101
WHAT!?!?!?! It is a felony to destroy evidence. This should outrage Americans? How desensitized ARE they??
Originally posted by jam321
And what do Americans gain by showing outrage?
Politicians have already shown that they will protect their own no matter what the public thinks.
Originally posted by PsykoOps
Is it possible for a civillian to sue them? They got the evidence, they got the case and now only thing missing is court date. Should some civs poll their money for a lawsuit?