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WASHINGTON – Former CIA Director Porter Goss agreed with a 2005 decision to destroy interrogation videos showing waterboarding, but nobody told White House counsel Harriet Miers, who was "livid" to find out afterward, according to internal CIA e-mails released Thursday.
The documents show that, despite Goss' apparent agreement, officials almost immediately began worrying they'd done something improper, foreshadowing a controversy that has lingered for years and remains under FBI investigation.
Originally posted by Destiny Of Souls
Wait, the #2 in the CIA resigned yesterday? Gave no reason for said resignation?
I must be out of the loop, that's the first time I heard of that lol.
Originally posted by yFSCollateral
star and flag
im surprised this isnt getting more coverage. i only saw a little segment on tv & this on the net