by Dave Lindorff
High Court Has Found Bush Guilty of War Crimes
Wed Jul 5, 2006 14:33

 High Court Has Found Bush Guilty of War Crimes by Dave Lindorff


 Largely missed in all the coverage of the Supreme Court's landmark ruling in the Hamdan v. Rumsfeld case was the establishment by the court majority that all Bush administration claims to the contrary, the Geneva Convention rules regarding captured prisoners apply to the captives taken not only in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, but in the so-called War on Terror.

 What has been largely missed is the clear point that the Supreme Court has thus now declared that for the past five years, Bush and his gang of war-mongers, including Vice President Dick Cheney, Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld, Secretary of State and former National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice, former Attorney General Donald Rumsfeld and current Attorney General and former White House Chief Counsel Alberto Gonzales, and many others in the administration, have been guilty of violating the Third Convention on treatment of prisoners of war. They are also, therefore, in violation of federal law, which back in 1996 adopted that convention as part of the U.S. criminal code... (more)

 Also, the Russians are on high alert and the US is on Defcon-3. Bush and the media are flat out lying to the public and they are not the allies he keeps saying. Russia hates him. If you check out Pravda you'll see what I mean.

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