Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak may want to request a do-over: The man he appointed as new vice president of Egypt, former intelligence chief, Omar Suleiman, aided the U.S. with its rendition program and oversaw the torture of an Al Qaeda suspect whose testimony was then used to argue for invading Iraq. “Mubarak and Suleiman are the same person," says one former Middle East analyst for the CIA. Author Ron Suskind says Suleiman “was our point man in Egypt for many years. Everything went through Omar. We never had to talk to anyone else. When we wanted someone to be tortured, we'd send him to Egypt to have them tortured. We wanted to get intelligence and we didn't need it to be stuff that could be double-checked."