'Your papers, please' must never be heard in America
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President Obama's nominee to head the CIA, White House counterterrorism adviser John O. Brennan, said Thursday he is concerned by allegations of mismanagement and misrepresentation of a George W. Bush-era program to capture, imprison and interrogate terrorism suspects.
Sen. John Rockefeller III, West Virginia Democrat, noted that at a meeting before the hearing Mr. Brennan had professed himself "shocked" by the contents of the report.
"That in itself to me is shocking … that we have to tell you what is going wrong in your agency," said Mr. Rockefeller.