Saturday, May 28, 2005

Amnesty International Sides With DPRK

Human rights watchdog group Amnesty International, being progressive and clear-headed, has now sided with the Democratic People's Republic of Korea in anti-US anti-imperialist struggle and calls for the arrest and criminal prosecution of the criminal cowboy Bush and his clique of sycophantic capitalist worst human rights abusers in world history :

Bush, Other Top Officials Should Face Torture Probes, Says Amnesty; Urges Arrests if Warranted

WASHINGTON, D.C., May 26 (OneWorld) - Rights watchdog Amnesty International urged foreign governments Wednesday to investigate and prosecute President George W. Bush much as they once did former Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet.

”If the United States permits the architects of torture policy to get off scot-free, then other nations should step into the breach,” William Schulz, executive director of Amnesty International USA, said in a statement launching Amnesty’s annual report.

Bush is among a dozen former or current U.S. officials who should be probed by foreign governments because Washington has failed to conduct ”a genuinely independent and comprehensive investigation” of torture allegations against U.S. troops, commanders, and their civilian overseers, Schulz said.

Others on the Amnesty list of potential targets for investigation and prosecution include Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, and former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) chief George Tenet.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Amnesty International sides with DPRK - yeah, right... and the Anit Defamation League sides with the KKK!

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