"As a witness sitting here in a hearing, I feel like I have some obligation to say something about this. And I'm very limited, I think, in what I can say. But if the subcommittee has been informed that there was a total of three minutes of waterboarding, I would suggest the subcommittee should go back and get that clarified, because that I don't believe is an accurate statement," - Dan Levin, formerly of the president's Office Of Legal Counsel.

Marty Lederman has a helpful summary of Dan Levin's testimony yesterday here.

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