VIDEO: Freedom Watch on how to prosecute the CIA "torture tapes" case

In this week's Boston Phoenix, Harvey Silverglate writes about how a troubling new obstruction-of-justice statute, and a precedent set in a Connecticut kiddie-porn case, could be used to prosecute the CIA if the government brings obstruction charges related to the destruction of the so-called "torture tapes." Above, Silverglate discusses the statute, the case, and the implications with Boston Phoenix executive editor Peter Kadzis.

READ: Torture-Tapes Template: Bush-administration lawyers could be nailed for their role in destroying evidence in the CIA scandal, thanks to a quiet Connecticut child-porn case. By Harvey Silverglate.

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