Panetta's Defense of CIA Interrogators Undercut by New DoJ DisclosuresQuicklink submitted by Sheila Samples Permalink
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|Panetta said CIA 'officers who act on guidance from the Department of Justice-or acted on such guidance previously-should not be investigated, let alone punished. This is what fairness and wisdom require.' However, Panetta's defense was dealt a serious blow when the Justice Department revealed in a letter sent to a federal court judge that 92 interrogation videotapes the CIA destroyed were made between April and December 2002.|
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