Salah Edine Sallat puts the final touches to a wall painting
based on the US Statue of Liberty and a widely published photograph of
an abused detainee at the Abu Ghraib prison in Baghdad’s Shiite
neighborhood of Sadr City.
Bush, as commander-in-chief, is not restricted by U.S. and
international laws barring torture, Bush administration lawyers stated
in a March 2003 memorandum.
Lawmakers grill Ashcroft on memo justifying torture
U.S. tried to curb Red Cross inspections
An open letter to President George W. Bush on the question of torture and cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment
Rights groups sue US government over prison abuse records
“Following orders” defense likely in abuse cases
to Miss Monica for the links! And y’know, Dubya really tried to push
this off the front pages with his canonization of Ronald Reagan, but
was less than successful, as the story is still all over mainstream