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Bush officials not likely to be investigated

From NBC's Pete Williams
An administration official says the cases Attorney General Holder wants investigated are those listed today in the CIA Inspector General report -- and some others, about 10 in all.

In addition to the ones enumerated today -- involving the gun, the drill, threats to harm family members, and so on -- there are other cases that were fully redacted from the IG report.

"And they raise allegations of abuse that are much worse," the official says. 

Those cases remain classified.

As a practical matter, this set of roughly 10 allegations is the universe of cases Holder wants investigated -- meaning that he has all but concluded he will not recommend that the prosecutor look at the Bush officials who conceived of the enhanced interrogation program or the Justice Department lawyers who authorized it.