This video from the USA, 19 December 2007, is called Dan Abrams – Destruction of CIA Torture Tapes.
From the BBC:
The Central intelligence Agency (CIA) [of the USA] has destroyed 92 tapes of interviews conducted with terror suspects, a US government lawyer has admitted.
The agency had previously said that it had destroyed only two tapes.
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) has launched a lawsuit against the CIA to seek details of the interrogations of terror suspects.
What next? The CIA admitting it was not 92 tapes, but 9292 tapes?
In a long-anticipated action, the Justice Department, at the direction of Attorney General Eric Holder, finally released today [2 March 2009] the controversial memos used by the Bush Administration to support its erosion of constitutional rights [by torture]: here.
US Justice Department memos: the specter of military dictatorship: here.
The controversy generated by Senator Patrick Leahy’s effort to organize a “truth commission” underscores the fragility of social relations in the US and the real threat of police-state dictatorship: here.
GOP senator would support probe of ‘shocking’ anti-terror memos: here.
The FBI’s Terrorist Screening Center acknowledged this week that there are more than 1 million names on its official terrorist watch list, a number that suggests the vast scale of the police-state measures undertaken by the US government on the pretext of waging a “war on terror”: here.
CIA reveals it has 3,000 pages of documents relating to destroyed interrogation tapes: here.