CIA director promotes woman who approved destruction of CIA “harsh interrogation” videos – washingtonpost.com, March 27, 2013
From the second page of the article: …In a fateful decision, the CIA set up a video camera at its secret prison in Thailand shortly after it opened in the months after the attacks. The agency recorded more than 90 tapes of often-brutal interrogations, footage that became increasingly worrisome to officials as the legal basis for the program began to crumble…
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