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CIA Acknowledges Bush Signed Directive

Drip, drip, drip....the facts are coming out... Unfortunately, the MSM doesn't seem as concerned with the exposure of the truth as much as the ly

Drip, drip, drip....the facts are coming out...

Unfortunately, the MSM doesn't seem as concerned with the exposure of the truth as much as the lying denials they received from the Bush Administration some months ago, nor question why the CIA didn't make this acknowledgement until after the election.

International Herald Tribune :

The CIA has acknowledged for the first time the existence of two classified documents, including a directive signed by President George W. Bush, that have guided the agency's interrogation and detention of terror suspects.
[..]The contents of the documents were not revealed, but one of them is "a directive signed by President Bush granting the CIA the authority to set up detention facilities outside the United States and outlining interrogation methods that may be used against detainees," the civil liberties union said, based on its review of published accounts.
The second document, according to the group, is a Justice Department legal analysis "specifying interrogation methods that the CIA may use against top Al Qaeda members." Read on...

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