Dianne Feinstein wants to get to the bottom of torture depictions in “Zero Dark Thirty” 

click to enlarge Senator and San Francisco native Diane Feinstein has called a special meeting of the Senate Intelligence Committee to examine contact between government officials and the filmmakers of 'Zero Dark Thirty.' - GETTY IMAGES FILE PHOTO
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  • Senator and San Francisco native Diane Feinstein has called a special meeting of the Senate Intelligence Committee to examine contact between government officials and the filmmakers of 'Zero Dark Thirty.'

S.F. hottie Dianne Feinstein is incensed over the so-called erroneous depictions of torture in “Zero Dark Thirty,” the movie about the hunt for Bin Laden.

According to the Huffington Post, she has called a special meeting of the Senate Intelligence Committee to examine the contact between our spies and the filmmakers.

“Investigators will examine whether the spy agency gave the filmmakers ‘inappropriate’ access to secret material,” a person “familiar with the matter” told Huffpo.

Senate Dems say that the use of torture in this case is factually incorrect.

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