Countdown: BUSHED: FOIA, Waterboarding And More Torture From The Bush Administration

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Keeping track of all the outrages that makes up the Bush Administration so you don't have to, Countdown's Keith Olbermann gives the latest edition of Bushed! First up is the news that the Freedom of Information Act is no longer quite as free as the Bush Administration plans to move the FOIA office from the National Archives to the Department of Justice, which will effectively close the office as there is no structure, planning or budget to continue the service at the DoJ, much to the bipartisan displeasure of Senators Leahy and Cornyn. Next on plate is the disturbing article at the Washington Independent that chronicles the admission by CIA interrogators that not only do they not know if torture gave them usable information, they didn't know the actual identity of the people they were torturing. And finally, the sadly coy story of our newest Attorney General Michael Mukasey who remains mum on whether waterboarding constitutes torture, as if this is something that is debatable to anyone who isn't a partisan hack.


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