The folks at Politico, using a FOIA request, obtained Vice President Cheney's request for the declassification of two memos relating to torture. Of note, the memos themselves were located in the Vice President's office, in a folder called "Detainees." These memos weren't at Justice or the Pentagon, they were in Cheney's desk drawer.
Also interesting, the second memo Cheney requested, dated June 1, 2005, appears to be related to Khalid Sheikh Mohammed. Why is this interesting? Well, according to other recently-released memos, Mohammed was subjected to "enhanced interrogation techniques" during March of 2003, when he was waterboarded 183 times. If, as Vice President Cheney insists, valuable intelligence was gained during these interrogations, why was the memo detailing these revelations dated two years hence?