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布什政府希望联邦法庭和议会委员会不要对中情局(CIA)讯问两名基地组织嫌疑人录像带被销毁一事进行进一步的调查。

 

布什政府称,调查将干扰由司法部和中情局正联合进行的另一项调查。

 

为一些恐怖犯罪嫌疑人辩护的律师已向美国地区法官Henry Kennedy提出请求,调查录像带的销毁是否违反了六月分出台的一项决议案。

 

这项项决议案要求政府保留关押在古巴关塔那摩监狱囚犯的有关证据和信息。

 

但在周五的晚上,布什政府却敦促Kennedy法官不要进行调查。他们说,由于录像带中的一名囚犯Abu Zubaydah(系本拉登的副手)六月分并没有被关押在关塔那摩监狱,所以这项决议案并不适用于这些录像带。

 

也是在星期五,中情局负责调查的检察长John Helgerson及其助理检察官Kenneth Wainstein向情报事务议会专门委员会的民主共和两党高层写信,要他们尽快放弃他们的调查。其理由是避免影响中情局调查部门和司法部的另一项调查。

 

在给该委员会主席Silvestre Reyes和共和党高层领导Peter Hoekstra的信中,他们说道: “我们不能预计这个过程要花多长时间,也不清楚最终结果如何,但可以向你们保证,一旦断定我们的工作不会面临危险,或者完成你们的调查可以不损害我们的调查,我们会立刻通知你们。

 

而议会情报委员会领导人曾说过,不能相信行政部门能够自己监督自己。

 

但中情局发言人Mark Mansfield周六说:“中情局将全面的配合司法部,中情局检查部门,还有议会所展开的初步调查。其实这种配合一贯如此,并将继续下去。”

 

在周六,立法者们还在就此事不断展开批评。

 

特拉华州民主党总统候选人Sen. Joe Biden说:“一定要制止政府这种无休止的瞒天过海和敷衍推脱,以免以后的调查者们失去更多的珍贵的文件。”

 

检察长Michael Mukasey周五拒绝了一些议会要员要求得到司法部初步调查信息的请求,他说,提交这些信息无异于向“政治影响”低头。

 

在几封给参议院司法委员会的信中,Mukasey说他不会移交有关材料,也不会如一些立法者们所要求的那样,指定一名特殊检察官实施调查。

 

Mukasey说:“在我的任职听证会中,我曾宣誓保证我将独立自主的断案,抵制政治压力,确保司法部提交的案子不受政治的影响。”

 

“为了与我上述的保证一致,不管调查结果如何,一定要查个水落石出,做到执法必严。

 

他还写了一封类似的信给参议院多数党领袖助理,伊利诺斯州民主党人Richard Durbin。他是最早向司法部提出索要信息要求的。

 

Mukasey说:“关于提议我制定特别律师的建议,我想说,我感觉目前没有事实表明司法部的律师们没有能力不偏不倚的执行此次调查。假使有信息让我觉得上述结论不对,我会马上采取行动。

 

参议院司法委员会主席,佛蒙特州民主党人Patrick Leahy说,他对此决定深感失望,并暗示明年年初将于这位新检察长展开攻势。

 

他还暗示,在下周Mukasey提名的副检察长Mark Filip举行任职小组听证会之时,中情局调查信息的使用权问题也会提到桌面上来。

 

中情局局长Michael Hayden在本月初给局里雇员的一封信中说,这些录像带录制于2002,其中展现了当时最新通过的“二选一”式讯问法。

 

Hayden说,中情局认定这些录像带不再有情报价值,并且不与任何内部调查,司法调查或立法调查相关,便于2005年决定销毁这些录像带。

 

白宫官员称,总统直到上周才得知录像带被毁一事。

 

在周六写给中情局高级律师John Rizzo的一封信中,司法部负债国家安全的助理检查官Kenneth L. Wainstein说:“预审是为了确定是否有必要进行进一步的调查。”

 

译文:Bush administration: Back off CIA tape probe

The Bush administration wants a federal court and congressionalcommittees not to pursue investigations into the destruction ofvideotapes showing CIA interrogations of two al Qaeda suspects.

It says the inquiries would interfere with an ongoing probe by the Justice Department in collaboration with the CIA.

Defense attorneys for some terror suspects have asked U.S. DistrictJudge Henry Kennedy to look into whether the tapes' destructionviolated a June order.

The measure requires the government to preserve evidence and information regarding detainees held at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.

But Friday night, the Bush administration urged Kennedy not to holdthat inquiry, saying the tapes were not covered by the order becauseone of the detainees videotaped -- Osama bin Laden lieutenant AbuZubaydah -- was not at in June.

Also Friday, Inspector General John Helgerson and assistant Attorney General KennethWainstein sent a letter to the top Democrat and Republican on the HouseSelect Committee on Intelligence, urging the panel to abandon itsinvestigation because of the inspector general and Justice Departmentprobe.

"We cannot estimate how long this process will take orwhere it will lead, but pledge to advise you as soon as we concludethat our efforts are no longer at risk or that these requests can befulfilled without jeopardizing our inquiry," says the letter tocommittee Chairman Silvestre Reyes and ranking Republican member PeterHoekstra.
House Intelligence Committee leaders have said the executive branch cannot be trusted to oversee itself.

But CIA spokesman Mark Mansfield said Saturday, "the CIA willcooperate fully with both the preliminary inquiry by the Department ofJustice and the CIA Inspector General as well as with the Congress.That has been, and certainly continues to be the case."

Lawmakers continued their criticism Saturday.

"The continuing saga of cover-up and delay by this administration mustbe stopped before more documents are lost to future investigators,"said Sen. Joe Biden, D-Delaware, a presidential candidate.

Attorney General on Friday rejected demands from key congressional leaders forinformation about the Justice Department's preliminary inquiry, sayingturning over the information might be seen as bowing to "politicalinfluence."

In letters to the House and Senate Judiciarycommittees, Mukasey said he would not turn over the material, nor wouldhe appoint a special prosecutor to conduct the investigation, as somelawmakers had requested.

"At my confirmation hearing, Itestified that I would act independently, resist political pressure andensure that politics plays no role in cases brought by the Departmentof Justice," Mukasey said.

"Consistent with that testimony, the facts will be followed wherever they lead in this inquiry and the relevant law applied."

He sent a third similar letter to Assistant Senate Majority LeaderRichard Durbin, D-Illinois, who had been the first to issue demands forinformation from the Justice Department.

"With regard to thesuggestion that I appoint a special counsel, I am aware of no facts atpresent to suggest that department attorneys cannot conduct thisinquiry in an impartial manner. If I become aware of information thatleads me to a different conclusion, I will act on it," Mukasey said.

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Patrick Leahy, D-Vermont, said hewas disappointed by the decision and indicated a confrontation with thenew attorney general would come early next year.

He alsosuggested that access to the CIA tape inquiry will be an issue whenMukasey's nominated deputy, Mark Filip, comes before the panel for aconfirmation hearing next week.

The tapes -- showing then-newlyapproved "alternative" interrogation techniques -- were recorded in2002, CIA Director Michael Hayden said earlier this month in a letterto CIA employees.

The CIA made the decision to destroy the tapesin 2005 "only after it was determined they were no longer ofintelligence value and not relevant to any internal, legislative, orjudicial inquiries," Hayden said.

White House officials have said the president did not learn about the destruction of the tapes until last week.

The preliminary inquiry is to determine "whether further investigationis warranted," the Justice Department's assistant attorney general fornational security, Kenneth L. Wainstein, said Saturday in a letter tothe CIA's top lawyer, John Rizzo.

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