Wednesday, December 17, 2008

After two-year investigation, Senate names names.

After a two-year investigation, the Senate names names -- Bush, Tenet, Rumsfeld, Ashcroft, Gonzales, Addington, Rice.

"The fact is that senior officials in the United States government solicited information on how to use aggressive (interrogation) techniques, redefined the law to create the appearance of their legality, and authorized their use against detainees." That is one of the raw conclusions of a two-year Senate investigation into torture.

On Thursday, as the incoming Obama administration is mulling whether or not it even should investigate torture under the Bush administration, the Senate Armed Services Committee released the executive summary of its own investigation of the treatment of U.S. detainees. (The full report is still being declassified.)

I been said they all needed to be hanging from a rope and if they were allowed to walk out of office with out so much as an explanation for what went on than it would be and injustice world wide.

This is what happens when you let right wing nuts have control of the wheel of the car.

The only name missing was Powell who apparently jumped ship before the heat got turned up, (damn if he didn't know there was a fire though).

Now what of the chances one of them see the inside of a jail cell let alone a court room?

Slim to none, but let the truth be Known.