CCR: Bush Torture Indictment

(1 pm. – promoted by ek hornbeck)

The Center for Constitutional Rights has released the Torture Indictment against former President George W. Bush!

Done In Our Names

The blowback will be felt for the coming decades, he on the other hand just wants to sell his book and reap more wealth from speaking, if one can call what he does when mouth opens speaking!

Support Bush Torture Indictment & Help Ensure Accountability


On February 7, 2011, the ninth anniversary of the day former president George W. Bush decided the Geneva Conventions did not apply to so-called “unlawful combatants,” CCR released a Bush Torture Indictment. The Indictment provides a strong factual and legal basis to hold Bush accountable–in any of the 147 countries which have ratified the Convention Against Torture (CAT)–for having authorized torture . Learn about it, tell others, and help us build pressure to secure accountability for torture by top U.S. officials.

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This is the main preliminary indictment:

CCR: Bush Torture Indictment

Here are some of CCR’s related docs in PDF, the first link is the PDF of the above:

   * Preliminary Bush Indictment 7 Feb 2011.pdf

   * Bush Exhibits List.pdf

   * Bush Denunciation Letter 7 Feb 2011 English .pdf

   * Bush Denunciation Letter 7 Feb 2011 French.pdf

   * Bush Denunciation letter 7 Feb 2011 Spanish.pdf

All of the above and more can be found at the CCR website of the Indictment where you can also add your support to their ongoing efforts on this and other important issues.

And over at the Veterans Today website Gordan Duff has written another of his takes of these events that have surrounded the former president and his crimes.



Former President George “W” Bush has been forced to cancel a highly paid speaking engagement to an Israeli group in Switzerland.  Bush was going to be arrested as a war criminal.  He is now fighting extradition.  This will not be reported in any American mainstream media. {continued}


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  1. I had just finished doing a lot of reading on this from David Swanson’s post, the CCR site and others.

    This is as it should be and should have happened long ago.  

    This pretty well sums it up!

    “Waterboarding is torture, and Bush has admitted, without any sign of remorse, that he approved its use,” said Katherine Gallagher, Senior Staff Attorney at CCR and Vice President of the International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH). “The reach of the Convention Against Torture is wide – this case is prepared and will be waiting for him wherever he travels next. Torturers – even if they are former presidents of the United States – must be held to account and prosecuted. Impunity for Bush must end.”

    As to the article of Gordon Duff (that was also shown in a reply to DS’ post), much of the content therein I cannot support.

    Thanks for bringing this news here.  I imagine it will put a “few” people on notice!  😉

    Maybe, we can start to get some law back now!

    • TMC on February 7, 2011 at 22:26

    that the president and the DOJ are not obligated to prosecute our own war criminals, the Convention Against Torture covenant that the US has signed and was ratified by Congress says otherwise.

    Under article VI (b) of the Nuremberg Principles also makes Obama guilty if war crimes with use of unmanned drones to destroy villages in Pakistan.

  2. Hey, they have not called me back for jury duty!  Rather I study the cutting edge emerging potentials of the post-industrial pre-depopulation area formerly known as the United States.  Bush the younger’s crimes pale in light of Obama’s open contempt for America and endorsement of all things parasitically corpo-globo-fascist.  That would make most things Bush soo Lawrence Welkian.

    How about the continuous din of electronic media turning neighbor against neighbor.  How can sheeple in dystopian disinformation overload ever focus on any true and right path.  Is it funny to explode people who don’t buy into Al Gore’s global carbon taxation scam?  How is the Afghan black ops poppy crop doing?  Was the Pentacon hit by an SS-N-19 Russian cruise missle and just how many continuity of government underground facilities exist.

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