posted on Jan, 27 2009 @ 05:29 AM
Originally posted by pieman
yes, but unless it's specifically against the law in the US before now, they'll have to make it law now and they'll have a hard time prosecuting
GWB and co. retrospectively.
You have to watch the video, it IS against the law in the U.S., due to the fact that Reagan signed a treaty, that makes it International law and U.S.
He said it is a REAL requirement for any country to put on trial "anyone" who has committed torture, condoned and ordered it.
He says, all the people who "did" the torture, those who "ordered" the torture, those who "condoned" the torture.
He said there IS direct evidence that Rumsfield is the one who ordered it.
The U.S. does not have a choice in the matter, if they don't - then the Obama administration then is a culprit to the "condoning" of torture.