Friday, April 11, 2008

A (North) American friend thinks GWB should end in jail

I have a friend who lives up in Sunny Cali-Phone-Ya, U.S. of A.

Let's call him John.

He just emailed me this with his thoughts about George W. Bush and what should/might happen to him after he leaves office.

Worth a read, IMHO.


Could Bush Be Prosecuted for War Crimes?

After re-reading the 2003 John Yoo Torture memo <>

I was reminded of Benjamin Ferencz, former chief prosecutor for Nuremberg war crimes trials comments there is a case for trying Bush for the 'supreme crime against humanity, an illegal war of aggression against a sovereign nation.'

Ben Ferencz also said "unauthorized war-making is neither legal nor inevitable." <> and his views on "fair standards to prosecute terrorism" <>

In July 2006 the question was asked "Could Bush Be Prosecuted for War Crimes?" <>

So after the fall election will Bush Inc give themselves a "free pass" on being prosecuted for the illegal Iraqi war?

If there is an attempt to prosecute the Bush Inc White House will the new administration give a "free pass" to Bush - Cheney - Rumsfeld - and the rest of the neocon war mongers?

John X

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