A former acting chief of the Justice Department’s Office of Legal Counsel said Tuesday he is “not opposed” to a criminal investigation of the office, which was at the center of the Bush administration’s internal debate about torture.

Daniel Levin’s comments were unusual because other former Republican appointees have opposed additional investigations in the Office of Legal Counsel. He led the office from July 2004 to February 2005.

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