posted on Aug, 10 2005 @ 01:41 PM
George W. Bush plays with the following as if it were a shell game.
International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights "affords due process protections to everyone here in the United States irrespective of their
citizenship" (United States is a party to this covenant treaty)
3rd & 4th Geneva Conventions of 1949 "basic requirements of due process of law set forth in both of these treaties must be applied. Failures to apply
these treaties would constitute war crimes."
The above-mentioned protects al queda members and guarantees fair trials.
Professor Phillip Heyman of Harvard Law School states "The tribunal idea looks to me like a way of dealing with a fear that we lack the evidence to
convict these people."
On January 15, 2001 Bush said of John Ashcroft (Ashcroft's father was the president of one of the Assembles of God Church run-univeristies in
Springfield, Missouri. Ashcroft does not drink, smoke or dance in accordance with his religious beliefs) "He will be faithful to the law, pursuing
justice without favor. He will enforce the law and he will follow the truth." In turn, Ashcroft said, "strive to be a guardian of liberty and
Bush the war criminal. Bush and Ashcroft never followed justice and truth.
Enjoy the Magic Lantern techonology, the FBI Project "Cyber Knight" and the Key Logger System as we ride the wave that Bush created while he was
choking on pretzels and beer. Oops, my head hurts.
Right Bush...keep thinking this way or else...
...you could wind up like John F. Kennedy, nothing but a chunk of meat on a slab, brought down by your own masters.
Anyway, thought you'd like to see what Bush had in mind before 9/11/2001 and how swell he stuck to his principles after 9/11/2001.
Bush, what a beauty!