A federal prosecutor has launched a secret grand jury to investigate possible CIA war crimes at the Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq, Time magazine reported.
Federal prosecutor John Durham, who was first appointed to probe the destruction of CIA interrogation videotapes by Attorney General Michael Mukasey in 2008, is now working on an expanded probe authorized by the Obama Justice Department that includes cases of alleged abuse of terror suspects in U.S. custody.
Time reported on Monday that one Durham-issued subpoena said the federal grand jury “is conducting an investigation of possible violations of federal criminal laws involving War Crimes (18 USC/2441), Torture (18 USC 243OA) and related federal offenses.”
Never mind that, some of the information gained from CIA prisons, as well as so-called "torture" (waterboarding), gave us the information that led to Osama bin Laden's downfall from Islamofascist terrorist leader of al-Queda to becoming shark food in the Indian Ocean.
So this is the thanks the CIA gets from the Obama Regime? A slap in the face from a criminal attorney general (more on that later) who is more concerned about protecting "his people."