There are those who wish to draw analogies between the "war on terror" and the war against Nazi Germany. For them, lets look at a concrete example of that analogy. <a href=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_T._King>Henry King Jr.</a>, former Nuremberg prosecutor and current law professor at Case Western Reserve University compared the Nuremberg trials and the military tribunals at GITMO. <blockquote>"I think Robert Jackson, who's the architect of Nuremberg, would turn over in his grave if he knew what was going on at Guantanamo..." "It violates the Nuremberg principles, what they're doing, as well as the spirit of the Geneva Conventions of 1949." <a href=http://www.smh.com.au/news/world/guantanamo-trials-unfair-nuremberg-prosecutor/2007/06/12/1181414270317.html#>Henry King Jr.</a></blockquote> I, and other critics, have offered this criticism for some time now, only to meet with sneering derision from the right. For someone of Mr. King's experience and stature to come forward in this manner gives past criticism all the more credence and credibility. <a href=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_H._Jackson>Robert H. Jackson</a>, chief architect of Nuremberg and former US Supreme Court Justice, would be appalled at the the proceedings at GITMO according to Mr. King, who went on to say... <blockquote>"To torture people and then you can bring evidence you obtained into court? Hearsay evidence is allowed? Some evidence is available to the prosecution and not to the defendants? This is a type of 'justice' that Jackson didn't dream of,"</blockquote> These notions were foreign to American jurisprudence, whether civilian or military, until the Bush administration introduced them, much to the shame and disgrace of this nation.