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CIA Investigation Continues

Leaders of the House Intelligence Committee say former CIA directors will be called as part of an investigation into why tapes that showed the interrogations of terrorist suspects
were destroyed.
   The panel met today with current director Michael Hayden.
   Committee leaders say the CIA failed to fully inform Congress that it was videotaping the interrogations of terrorist suspects and that it destroyed the tapes in 2005.
   Hayden did acknowledge that the CIA could have done a better job at keeping ``the committee alerted and informed.''
   He told CIA employees last week that the videotapes, made in 2002, showed the CIA's interrogations of two terror suspects.
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