by Chris Bodenner

Joe Klein writes:

The most important thing about the CIA Inspector General's report is its very existence. It was ordered up after internal complaints from CIA staffers that the interrogation program had gone off the rails. It states, unequivocally, that the Cheney-approved torture was a departure from past CIA practice (and international law) and there was an expectation that there would likely be "long-term legal challenges."

Klein also adds to the Annals Of Chutzpah:

Dick Cheney has now accused the Obama Administration of politicizing the Justice Department...after his Administration criminalized the Justice Department.

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