Judgment at Nuremberg | Arkansas Blog

Monday, April 7, 2008

Judgment at Nuremberg

Posted on Mon, Apr 7, 2008 at 9:36 AM

Huffington Post quotes conservative columnist Andrew Sullivan of The Atlantic as predicting that Bush's henchmen will be indicted for war crimes:

Media coverage of the disclosure of the "torture memo" authored by Bush Justice Department official John C. Yoo has been mostly a deafening silence. But on this morning's Chris Matthews' show, someone finally fired a shot. As we mentioned in this morning's liveblog, credit goes to The Atlantic's Andrew Sullivan, for taking the opportunity to ensure that this matter got out into the televised discourse somehow.

SULLIVAN: The latest revelations on the torture front show the memo from John Yoo...means that Don Rumsfeld, David Addington and John Yoo should not leave the United States any time soon. They will be, at some point, indicted for war crimes.

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