Rep. Jane Herman
The Alberto Gonzalez Torture Memo Story
Sat Oct 29, 2005 16:11


The Alberto Gonzalez Torture Memo Story

On January 18, 2002, President George Bush (the decision is referenced1 in the Gonzales Memo of 25 January, 2002) made a presidential decision that captured members of Al Quaeda and the Taliban were unprotected by the Geneva POW Convention. That decision was preceded by a Memorandum dated January 9, 2002, submitted to William J Haynes II, General Counsel to the Department of Defense, by the Department of Justice's Office of Legal Counsel (which provides legal counsel to the White House and other executive branch agencies) and written by Deputy Assistant Attorney General John Yoo and Special Counsel Robert J. Delahunty.

Iraqis Being Abused by US Personnel
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Legal Docs. http://www.apfn/apfn/POW_legal_doc

53 Page Prison Abuse Report
24 Page Red Cross Report

Iraqis Abused by U.S. Personnel - Military Documents

Intelligence Interrogation
Legal Documents and punishments

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Architects of torture
'Nuremburg Reborn'

Famous World Trials
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