Top Cheney aide downplays his role in interrogation policies + videos

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By Marisa Taylor
McClatchy Newspapers
Thursday, June 26, 2008

WASHINGTON — Two of the Bush administration’s most influential lawyers on Thursday downplayed their roles in crafting controversial legal policies in the war on terrorism, even as they rejected criticism that the president had overreached in asserting sweeping executive powers.


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Sorry the sound quality is pretty bad in some of these videos.  ~ Lo


Rep. Ellison’s Questions on Detainee Treatment

Rep. Keith Ellison (D-MN) questions David Addington and Prof. John Yoo on detainee treatment

Rep. Nadler’s Questions on Torture

Rep. Conyers’ Questions on Torture

Rep. Davis’ Questions on Torture

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