Torture Subpoenas?


John Yoo, former Attorney General John Ashcroft, and the Vice President’s Chief of Staff David Addington have now all declined to testify before the House Judiciary Committee on the White House’s interrogation policies. Committee Chairman John Conyers first responded to their objections, and now has threatened to issue subpoenas.

“I will have no choice,” Conyers says, “but to consider the use of compulsory process.” Stay tuned.

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