[Attorney General Eric] Holder, 58, may be on the verge of asserting his independence in a profound way. Four knowledgeable sources tell NEWSWEEK that he is now leaning toward appointing a prosecutor to investigate the Bush administration's brutal interrogation practices, something the president has been reluctant to do. While no final decision has been made, an announcement could come in a matter of weeks, say these sources, who decline to be identified discussing a sensitive law-enforcement matter.Whatever happens there was torture and torture is against the law and the law demands an investigation. Let's see if something comes of this.
July 11, 2009
Posted by Dayvoe
Amid the delicate waltz of policy and politics and the law, there's this from Newsweek: