Monday, February 15, 2010

confession of a war criminal

andrew sullivan reports that during an interview with abc new's jonathan karl sunday morning, former vice president dick cheney confessed to a war crime which has no statute of limitations and for which the penalty under law is either death or life in prison.
These are not my opinions and they are not hyperbole. They are legal facts. Either this country is governed by the rule of law or it isn't. Cheney's clear admission of his central role in authorizing waterboarding and the clear evidence that such waterboarding did indeed take place means that prosecution must proceed.

1 comment:

  1. i'll lead the way in Cheney's prosecution...if we also prosecute our current admininstration (and past administrations) for allowing illegal aliens to roam free in our country. the government is breaking its own law by allowing this to happen. prosecute Cheney for waterboarding - then prosecute Obama, both Bush's, Clinton...go back as far as you want. it's either the law or it isn't.


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