Bybee wrote the memos giving sanction to harsh interrogation methods for George W. Bush. Bybee is now a federal judge on the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
John H. Durham, Esq. is the Assistant U.S. Attorney charged, acording to the Washington Post article, with scrutinizing the actions of CIA interrogators and contractors at "black site" prisons. His plate just got a little fuller.
There is a dispute among the lawyers as to whether those conducting the interviews had "Golden Shield" immunity from prosecution, according to the Washington Post. Without such immunity interrogators would have to get immunity on a case by case basis, which they apparently did not.
This is seriously sounding like War Crimes. Stay tuned.