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Senate to investigate CIA's actions under Bush

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Officials said the inquiry was not designed to determine whether CIA officials broke laws. "The purpose here is to do fact-finding in order to learn lessons from the programs and see if there are recommendations to be made for detention and interrogations in the future," said a senior Senate aide, who like others described the plan on condition of anonymity because it had not been made public.

The Senate Intelligence Committee is preparing to launch an investigation of the CIA's detention and interrogation programs under President George W. Bush, setting the stage for a sweeping examination of some of most secretive and controversial operations in recent agency history.

The inquiry is aimed at uncovering new information on the origins of the programs as well as scrutinizing how they were executed -- including the conditions at clandestine CIA prison sites and the interrogation regimens used to break Al Qaeda suspects, according to Senate aides familiar with the investigation plans.

TVNL Comment: So if they find out that hundreds of crimes were omitted and many laws were broken...they will not take any action. How sweet. If the government gives free passes to government officials who break laws the people of this nation should consider enforcing the laws on their own. A new citizen bases justice system needs to be created, with courts and prisons.

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