Friday, Senate intelligence committee Chairman Jay Rockefeller (D-WV) said
that his committee had already begun looking into the tapes' destruction. Over the weekend, the Justice Department and the CIA's inspector general announced
a joint investigation. And today, House intelligence committee Chair Silvestre Reyes (D-TX) and ranking member Pete Hoekstra (R-MI) announced a full committee investigation.
The investigation "will review issues surrounding the destruction of videos, the CIAâs failure to notify Congress of this important matter, and related questions concerning the CIAâs interrogation program," according to a release. It kicks off Wednesday when CIA Director Michael Hayden will meet with the committee in a "closed, on-the-record briefing."
So far, the view on Capitol Hill seems to be that the two Congressional investigations and joint DoJ-CIA inquiry are enough -- with the notable exception
of Sen. Joe Biden (D-DE), who's called for a special prosecutor.