Officer linked to torture tapes' destruction advances within C.I.A.

At the New York Times, Mark Mazzetti reports on the promotion of a C.I.A. officer "directly involved in the 2005 decision to destroy interrogation videotapes and who once ran one of the agency’s secret prisons."

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  1. Look, folks. You voted for Obama, this is what you knew you were going to get. Don’t try to act shocked.

    1. Was anyone on the ballot a better option? Anyone at all? Cause it didn’t look that way to me. Of course, I did a write-in.

    2. Doesn’t that logic work for every president, then? Pretty much, “There go those clowns in Congress again. What a bunch of clowns.”

      Not very helpful.

  2. The creepiest part of the story is the officer is considered undercover, and her name (but not her gender) is a state secret.  So we don’t even know whose resignation to demand.

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