Skip to comments.Court upholds lawsuit accusing Rumsfeld of being responsible for torture of 2 Americans
Posted on 08/08/2011 3:24:53 PM PDT by Pan_Yan
CHICAGO A court says two Americans who worked for an Iraqi contracting firm can move forward with a lawsuit accusing former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld of being responsible for U.S. forces allegedly torturing them.
The ruling Monday from the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago a rejects arguments that Rumsfeld should be immune from such lawsuits for work performed as a Cabinet secretary.
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Chicago, the cesspool of the US, where corruption is king.
I wonder how many times Deadfish had to talk to the judge and how much money changed hands.
Yes, the Obama appointed judge wrote the opinion.
Time to drop a suit on Tony Frank for the Mortgage Disaster.
Makes one less likely to accept the will of the people and step down after losing an election if you know you are destined for a prison cell, your wife and children impoverished, your friends imprisoned or murdered, etc, etc.
I thought a court would be familiar with Sovereign Immununity. Guess not.
I thought a court would be familiar with Sovereign Immununity. Guess not./
Not when they have an agenda.
If this is not stopped, we will forever be stuck with the scum of the Earth as our rulers!
Some drug running and drug dealing Agency heads might be getting a bit sick to their stomachs over this. Jan the Man and Holder killed Mexicans and Americans with their policies.
How many will be killed by HHS in the name of Obamacare?
Damn, you beat me to it. No. 1 suit would be the institution of the ROE that has gotten so many of our heroes killed or hurt; No. 2 the economic collapse occasioned by numbnuts various programs including Obamacare; No. 3 suit for restitution of all vacation costs; No. 4 restitution of all costs associated with the various czars; No. 5 recovery of all losses due to TARP and any of the other "stimulus" programs; No. 6 restitution of all moneys given to unions; and the list goes on. Should pretty well tie up the rest of this regime's tenure.