[THS] Taxi to the Dark Side
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Mon Jul 19 14:55:10 CEST 2010
Not only Bush, but the whole damn crew in the administration including Justice Dept lawyers, Pentagon generals, the lot. See the excellent film, 'Taxi to the Dark Side'
Bush Should Have Been Indicted
Must Watch Video Interview
In a interview with Ralph Nader, Judge Andrew Napolitano said that President
George W. Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney should have been indicted for
"torturing, for spying, for arresting without warrant."
Judge Rules CIA Can Suppress Information About Torture Tapes and Memos:
A federal judge today ruled that the government can withhold information from the public about intelligence sources and methods, even if those sources and methods were illegal.
CIA exceeded interrogation limits, former Justice Dept. official says:
The former Justice Department official who cowrote the so-called torture memos testified that the department did not sanction some of the harsh methods the CIA used against detainees during the George W. Bush administration, including the repeated waterboarding of two suspected terrorists.
Army 'involved in torture mission with US troops' :
Claims that British soldiers used water torture on a badly beaten Iraqi man before unlawfully handing him over to US interrogators are being investigated by the Ministry of Defence
Torture and the UK: 2002-10:
As evidence emerges that MI5 was complicit in the torture of some Britons overseas, see their cases and what is known of UK government or intelligence activities at the time
Tony Blair knew of secret policy on terror interrogations:
Letter reveals former PM was aware of guidance to UK agents which effectively led to torture.
UK: The torture files: key passages:
We highlight the key passages from the classified documents disclosed in high court proceedings - and what they show.
Paper trail points to Blair:
Former PM 'sanctioned the abuse of UK citizens'
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