DOJ May Skirt Court Order on Interrogation Documents | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

DOJ May Skirt Court Order on Interrogation Documents

The Obama administration may circumvent the spirit of a judge’s order to disclose hundreds of documents relating to the CIA’s Bush-era interrogation program, delivering instead generic descriptions of the documents and legal arguments for continued nondisclosure.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

If the DOJ does this, it should be slapped with a contempt of court citation, and those refusing to divulge this information spend some time in the slammer until they do divulge this information, period, end of discussion.

Otherwise, this country has absolutely morphed from a country ruled by laws to a country ruled by men. And no person, even in the DOJ, should ever believe, for one fraction of a second, that they are above the law.

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