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  • Monday, March 28, 2005

    War crimes must not go unpunished

    It has been quite obvious to many people, for some time now, that torture and abuse is systematic and sanctioned. Although there have been a few cases where those who have carried out crimes against humanity have been charged and tried (in some of those cases, real justice has not always been forthcoming) not all of those responsible for carrying out violations of international law, including those who gave orders to abuse and torture, and those at the highest levels who sanctioned the use of "aggressive interrogation techniques" have been punished, some have even been rewarded. The US Senate voted to endorse torture, by their confirmation of Alberto "Torquemada" Gonzales, and those senators who voted for torture should also be punished when the time comes for their possible reelection. Those senators who opposed the confirmation should make a stand now and demand that those war criminals in positions of power are removed from office. A "civilised society" should not endorse crimes against humanity. See all recent "A Logical Voice" posts

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