David Addington, chief of staff and former counsel to the Vice President and John Yoo, former Deputy  Assistant Attorney General confer before the start of the House Judiciary hearing on President Bush's rules on interrogation on Thursday.
David Addington, chief of staff and former counsel to the Vice President and John Yoo, former Deputy Assistant Attorney General confer before the start of the House Judiciary hearing on President Bush's rules on interrogation on Thursday. Chuck Kennedy / MCT
David Addington, chief of staff and former counsel to the Vice President and John Yoo, former Deputy Assistant Attorney General confer before the start of the House Judiciary hearing on President Bush's rules on interrogation on Thursday. Chuck Kennedy / MCT

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