Source: BBC News
The CIA has confirmed that it destroyed at least two video tapes showing the interrogation of terror suspects.
According to the intelligence agency, the tapes were destroyed to protect the identity of CIA agents and because they no longer had intelligence value. But civil liberties lawyers have refused to accept this, saying the CIA previously denied such tapes existed. They say the move appears to be an attempt to destroy evidence that could have brought CIA agents to account.
From the Right: http://www.crooksandliars.com/2007/12/08/the-oreilly-fetish-falafel-boy-hearts-torture/
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CIA destroyed torture tapes
By Joe Kay 8 December 2007
The revelation that the Central Intelligence Agency destroyed at least two video tapes depicting the torture of prisoners held by the United States underscores the brazen criminality of the Bush administration. Aside from the torture itself, the elimination of evidence of brutal interrogation exposes top CIA and government officials to obstruction of justice charges.