Discussion in 'Law and Justice System' started by elvis, Apr 22, 2009.
Document: Cheney, Rice signed off on interrogation techniques
Rice delivered OK to waterboard as Bush's adviser
It would be very fair and just for those two criminals to go to prison forever.
This is beyond debate.
It's a real shame they saved American lives too.
Yeah, these guys saved lots of lives in similar ways too:
Or this swell fellow:
I suppose that would be valid if we were talking about their countries.
1. there is no proof of that.
2. there is no proof that even if they did, that that was the only way to save lives.
3. I would prefer not living in a country where people purport to do things like that in my name.
Its too bad that they felt like they had to resort to that.
So we're going throw Condi Rice in prison for protecting the citizens of the United States against the 2nd wave of terrorist attacks that were planned for Los Angeles. That in fact, were broke up by waterboarding the mastermind of the 9/11 attacks. Only 2 other Al Queda terrorists were waterboarded & they too gave up very valuable information that saved lives. A TOTAL OF 3 TERRORISTS WERE WATERBOARDED.
You might want to note--that "waterboarding, sleep deprivation--& other technics were LEGAL interrogation practicies during the Bush Administration.
In FACT--Teddy Kennedy took the waterboarding issue to court in 2006--to stop, & he LOST. WHY--Because this country DID NOT consider waterboarding torture. That is until our enempt President Barack Obama & his side-kick Eric Holder recently said so.
So if we're going to do this to the Bush administration--then maybe we can formulate a NEW law today to prosecute Bill Clinton for not nabbing OSB when a middle eastern country offered him up to Clinton to take into custody & he refused?
In fact, the only thing I see here--is a current President who is derelect at his # 1 duty of protecting the citizens of the United States--because he has tied the hands of the CIA--& is now threatening to prosecute a past administration that was in fact--following the laws that existed then. I think this calls for IMPEACHMENT.
The Banana REPUBLIC of the United States.
You voted for it--You got it!
Did you read the fucking memos you idiot? He was waterboarded 183 times! To be waterboarded once is severe enough - perhaps not torture, perhaps borderline torture. But 10 times? That's torture. 20 times? That's on the edge of extreme. 50 times? Impossible. 75 times? 100 times? 150 times? No.
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