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Judiciary Announces Hearing on Destroyed CIA Tapes for Tomorrow

From the Judiciary Committee:

Conyers to Demand Answers on Destroyed CIA Tapes

(Washington, DC)- Tomorrow, the House Judiciary Committee is holding a hearing to examine the Department of Justice’s role in the recently announced destruction of Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) interrogation videotapes and the issue of torture tactics used during interrogations. The hearing on, “The Applicability of Federal Criminal Laws to the Interrogation of Detainees” will be held tomorrow, December 20 at 10 a.m. in room 2141 of the Rayburn House Office Building.

WHO: House Judiciary Committee

Stephen Saltzburg, The George Washington University Law School
John Radsan, William Mitchell Law School
David Rivkin, Baker and Hostetler, LLC
Elisa Massimino, Washington Director, Human Rights First
Department of Justice Representative (Invited)

WHAT: Examining DoJ’s role in destruction of interrogation videos and the role of federal criminal law in detainee interrogations

WHEN: Thursday, December 20, 10 a.m.

WHERE: 2141 Rayburn HOB

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