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Only a Peoples' Movement Can Stop this Criminal War!
International Action Center website founded by Ramsey Clark ^ | June 1, 2005 | PeopleJudgeBush.org

Posted on 06/01/2005 7:08:26 AM PDT by MPCarr

Help Hold the Bush Administration Accountable for Their Crimes: PeopleJudgeBush.org

Only a Peoples' Movement Can Stop this Criminal War!

Global Condemnatation of a Criminal Regime

U.S. violations of international law have become so outrageous and widespread that even mainstream organizations, including Amnesty International, International Comittee of the Red Cross, and Physicians for Human Rights have issued statements condemning the Bush Administration's lawlessness.

In addition, representatives of the media worldwide, including CNN, BBC, the Newspaper Guild, and widely respected organizations such as the Committee to Protect Journalists and Reporters Without Borders have spoken out against the military's attempt to silence coverage of war crimes by political pressure and by directly targeting journalists.

The U.S. - A Rogue State

According to a 308-page report issued last week by Amnesty International, the U.S. is "thumbing its nose at the rule of law," by engaging in torture, abuse, and illegal detentions.

More than a year ago, grisly pictures of the torture chambers of Abu Ghraib came to light, sparking justifiable outrage, particularly throughout the Arab world. The Pentagon reponded by banning cell phone cameras which had been used to photograph the abuse. They then selected a few low-ranking soldiers to punish for executing policies that we now know originated in the Washington, DC. Alberto Gonzales who drafted the memo advising the President that he was not bound by international law was subsequently promoted to Attorney General. Defense Secretary Rumsfeld approved many of the interrrogation techniques used in Guantanamo, Abu Ghraib, and Bagram Prison.

A year after the Abu Ghraib photographs exposed the real character and intent of U.S. occupation, the conditions and apparatus remain in place for torture, abuse, and illegal detentions. While the Pentagon is engaging in a public relations campaign to convince the public that these crimes are the actions of a few "bad apples," tens of thousands of detainees in U.S. prison camps in Iraq, Afghanistan, Guantánamo Bay, and secret locations elsewhere remain in brutal and inhumane conditions.

Evidence of torture and abuse by U.S. forces continues to mount. According to the May 29 /Washington Post/, "The latest FBI documents detailing allegations of prisoner abuse at Guantanamo Bay are, like previous FBI documents, highly disturbing. They contain prisoners' descriptions of beatings, strippings and abuse of the Koran. Detainees variously claim the Muslim holy book has been thrown on the floor, thrown against a wall and, yes, flushed in a toilet. There are also references to these kinds of events having led to an "altercation" between detainees and guards."

The government was forced to release 1,000 pages of transcripts this week. The testimonies included offer a shocking look into the torture chambers of Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, where about 520 men from 40 countries remain held, some for as long as three years.

A recent report from Physicians for Human Rights examining the use of psychological torture against prisoners in Iraq, Afghanistan and at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba says that the abuse was a direct result of decisions developed by civilian and military leaders to "take the gloves off" during interrogations and "break" prisoners through the use of techniques such as "sensory deprivation, isolation, sleep deprivation, forced nudity, the use of military working dogs to instill fear, cultural and sexual humiliation, mock executions, and the threat of violence or death toward detainees or their loved ones."

"Although the evidence is far from complete," the report says, "what is known warrants the inference that psychological torture was central to the interrogation process and reinforced through conditions of confinement."

Torture and abuse are not the work of a few "bad apples." These inhumane and brutal policies flow directly from the highest levels of government.

Amnesty International recognized this and suggested that foreign governments investigate senior U.S. officials involved in torture and abuse and arrest and question Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld, former CIA Director William Tenet, and Vice President Dick Cheney.

The Pentagon's Response: Target the Press

In response to the growing global outrage at U.S. torture, the Bush Administration is taking steps, not to halt its criminal actions, but to stop media coverage of the abuse.

On May 1, Newsweek magazine revealed that an internal US military investigation had found substantial evidence interrogators at Guantanamo Bay had desecrated the Koran. Newsweek's story led to outrage against the US in Afghanistan and elsewhere where violent protests led to at least 15 deaths and hundreds of injuries.

Newsweek wasn't the first media outlet to report on the trashing of the holy Islamic text by US military personal at Guantanamo. Reports in the /Independent/ of London, the Washington Post, the NY Daily News, and the Financial Times have all described desecration of the Koran, including throwing it into the toilet.

However, the White House damage control team was able to successfully pressure Newsweek to retract the story amd issue an apology. The Bush Administration claims Newsweek's story led to preventable deaths that resulted from the protests. "People lost their lives. People are dead," Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld said. "People need to be very careful about what they say, just as they need to be careful about what they do." This is the same man who lied to the U.S. public, saying he knew exactly where the Iraqi people were hiding weapons of mass destruction. His lies helped lead the U.S. into a war cost the lives of more than 100,000 Iraqis and 1600 U.S. soldiers.

Newsweek's retraction had nothing to do with the veracity of the article. There is ample evidence that the acts described are standard procedure in U.S. prison camps. The retraction came in repsonse to Pentagon pressure, part of a campaign by the Bush Administration to silence any media coverage that does not follow its script. Newseek's only mistake in this matter was caving in and retracting the story.

The White House campaign to block coverage of its crimes doesn't stop at just putting public pressure on media outlets. Reports of the killing, torture, and harassment of journalists by "coalition" forces in Iraq have been well documented by organizations including the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ), Reporters Without Borders, and the International Federation of Journalists.

One of the most powerful executives in the news business, CNN's Eason Jordan, was forced out after he spoke at a panel discussion at the World Economic Forum in January, reportedly saying that the U.S. military had targeted a dozen journalists who had been killed in Iraq.

One of the BBC's top news anchors, Nik Gowing, said recently that he was "speak[ing] for a large number of news organizations, many of whom are not really talking publicly about this at the moment," when he made this statement about the dangers facing reporters in Iraq: "The trouble is that a lot of the military--particularly the American...military--do not want us there. And they make it very uncomfortable for us to work. And I think that this...is leading to security forces in some instances feeling it is legitimate to target us with deadly force and with impunity."

At a May 13 meeting in St. Louis, Newspaper Guild President Linda Foley said: "Journalists, by the way, are not just being targeted verbally or politically. They are also being targeted for real in places like Iraq. What outrages me as a representative of journalists is that there's not more outrage about the number, and the brutality, and the cavalier nature of the U.S. military toward the killing of journalists in Iraq."

These attacks include air raids on Al Jazeera offices in Baghdad and Kabul, tank assaults on hotels where journalists were known to be housed, and the assassination of a Reuters cameraman filming outside of Abu Ghraib prison.

That the U.S. military has targeted news media is beyond dispute - and such actions are war crimes. The Geneva Conventions' Protocol I, Article 79, says, "Journalists engaged in dangerous professional missions in areas of armed conflicts shall be considered civilians.... They shall be protected as such under the Conventions and this Protocol, provided they take no action adversely affecting their status as civilians."

Help Build a Movement to Hold the War Criminals Accountable

George W. Bush and his Administration have committed numerous War Crimes. They lied in order to lead the U.S. into a war of aggression. They have killed more than 100,000 Iraqi people. They have engaged in torture, abuse, and assassination. They have committed crimes against peace and crimes against humanity, and they must be held accountable.

These lawless killers have already demonstrated their absolute contempt for any legal restraint, whether domestic or international. The only force that can stop their drive to globalize Abu Ghraib is the power of the people.

We must build a mass grass roots movement to end the Bush drive for empire and to demand justice.

PeopleJudgeBush.org http://www.peoplejudgebush.org was launched in the summer of 2004 as part of the organizing for a week of protests against the Republican National Convention in New York City. Organizers sponsored the August 26 War Crimes Tribunal http://peoplejudgebush.org/tribunal2.shtml , where an international panel of witnesses and experts presented conclusive evidence of the crimes committed by the Bush Administration. Findings from the Tribunal, including documentation and testimony are available online http://peoplejudgebush.org/tribunal2.shtml .

The Tribunal was more than a series of presentations, however. It was conceived as a Tribunal to Build Resistance http://peoplejudgebush.org/intro.shtml recognizing that the people have a right and an obligation to resist. The Tribunal's Journal doubled as a Field Guide to the Republican National Convention Week of Resistance, including a calendar of protests.

The extensive media and organizational coverage of the U.S. abuse and torture is not happening in a vacuum. They are forced to acknowledge it because activists, bloggers, independent journalists by the thousands have already spread this information globally--it is now common knowledge.. In order to maintain a shred of credibility, even the corporate media is forced to report on these crimes.

But it is not enough to acknowledge that the Bush Administration is a criminal regime. We must also defend the right and obligation to resist. The people of Iraq have the right to defend themselves and resist illegal U.S. invasion and colonial occupation. Members of the military have the right to refuse to obey orders to fight in an illegal war. *And the people have the right and the obligation to organize and take to the streets to demand that George W. Bush be held accountable. *

Now that the crimes have been exposed, we are compelled to respond. People Judge Bush will be participating in an important unity meeting on June 11 http://troopsoutnow.org at the New School University in New York City (Saturday, June 11, 11 am - 5 pm, the Lang Center at New School University, 55 W. 13th St. in Manhattan, between 5th & 6th Aves). This meeting will bring together activists and organizations from across the country who recognize that the brutality of this criminal regime demands a unified response.

Global opposition to this criminal regime has created a crisis for the Bush Administration. Because activists have exposed the truth about the war, recruiting is down by more than 30% and is at its lowest point in decades. Grassroots activism is having an impact, and now is the time to turn up the heat.

We need your help to continue organizing this summer. We are producing new educational materials, organizing tools, and activists resources. We are organizing meetings in schools, places of worship, and community centers across the country. We are also planning a major national meeting at the end of the summer to bring together veterans, military families, youth, and activists from across the country to discuss practical steps and tactics to challenge the criminal regime in Washington.

Here's how you can get involved:

Spread the word by forwarding this page Sign the On-Line Petition --Vote Bush Guilty of War Crimes http://peoplejudgebush.org/ivotebushguilty2.shtml . Download flyers http://peoplejudgebush.org/downloads2.html Donate http://peoplejudgebush.org/donate2.shtml You can also hep by purchasing People Judge Bush t-shirts and other merchandise at http://www.cafepress.com/peoplejudgebush

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1 posted on 06/01/2005 7:08:26 AM PDT by MPCarr
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To: MPCarr
Will you take part in this?


2 posted on 06/01/2005 7:09:53 AM PDT by rdb3 (One may smile and smile and still be a villain.)
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To: MPCarr

Oh, boy...


3 posted on 06/01/2005 7:10:25 AM PDT by itsamelman (“Announcing your plans is a good way to hear God laugh.” -- Al Swearengen)
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To: rdb3

Yes, I will use the report for toilet paper... and flush it down the septic tank where it belongs...


4 posted on 06/01/2005 7:11:21 AM PDT by aspiring.hillbilly (!.....ripped from the headlines.....!)
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To: MPCarr

And I thought it was going to be a dull day.

Lock and load.


5 posted on 06/01/2005 7:11:36 AM PDT by CAP811 (One man can change the world with a bullet in the right place)
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To: MPCarr
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6 posted on 06/01/2005 7:12:02 AM PDT by itsamelman (“Announcing your plans is a good way to hear God laugh.” -- Al Swearengen)
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To: MPCarr

Only a mental hospital can help this creep.


7 posted on 06/01/2005 7:12:21 AM PDT by Jewels1091
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To: MPCarr

A peoples movement huh?

Hmm Peoples army, Peoples socialist republic. Think I'll pass.


8 posted on 06/01/2005 7:13:05 AM PDT by cripplecreek (Anyone who thinks we believe Hillary on any issue is truly a moron.)
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To: MPCarr
>Only a Peoples' Movement Can Stop this Criminal War!



I think the only
"peoples' movement" Ramsey Clark
will get is right here . . .

9 posted on 06/01/2005 7:13:20 AM PDT by theFIRMbss
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To: MPCarr

Hi Ho Hi Ho .........


10 posted on 06/01/2005 7:13:30 AM PDT by Cyber Ninja (His legacy is a stain on the dress.)
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To: MPCarr
More than a year ago, grisly pictures of the torture chambers of Abu Ghraib came to light, sparking justifiable outrage


11 posted on 06/01/2005 7:13:31 AM PDT by ClidePenbroke
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To: MPCarr

I think I just had a movement.


12 posted on 06/01/2005 7:14:15 AM PDT by CAP811 (One man can change the world with a bullet in the right place)
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To: MPCarr

Shirley! You jest.


13 posted on 06/01/2005 7:14:38 AM PDT by G.Mason ( Republicans – A Party adept at snatching defeat from the jaws of victory.)
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To: MPCarr
More than a year ago, grisly pictures of the torture chambers of Abu Ghraib came to light, sparking justifiable outrage, particularly throughout the Arab world.

This coming from Ramsey Clark's outfit. The same Ramsey Clark who was the lead apologist for Saddam, who didn't humiliate a few prisoners, but instead executed hundreds of thousands of them.

14 posted on 06/01/2005 7:14:57 AM PDT by dirtboy (Drooling moron since 1998...)
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15 posted on 06/01/2005 7:15:31 AM PDT by itsamelman (“Announcing your plans is a good way to hear God laugh.” -- Al Swearengen)
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To: rdb3

Boy can them old time Commies get mileage out of a vehicle that won't run! Of course there are many suburban twerps with nothing going on who willtake to the streets like their folks did - or say they did. Take a look at the network of "Peoples . . .anything" and the same old string of Lefties appear. Yep, it's a giggle.


16 posted on 06/01/2005 7:16:31 AM PDT by Pat79thST (Pat79thSt. - Irish arthritis - I get stiff in a different joint every night!)
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To: MPCarr

Hilarious, Saddam's lawyer gathering his useful idiots, lock and load is right, and they will all be in one place too.


17 posted on 06/01/2005 7:17:38 AM PDT by roses of sharon
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To: dirtboy

Shouldn't there be a "Major-High-Velocity-Chunks-Hurl" alert for this post?


18 posted on 06/01/2005 7:17:42 AM PDT by Paisan
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To: MPCarr; MeekOneGOP
So, MPCarr, what do you think of this? Quite a post, given that it's your first in a year and a half (and third overall).
19 posted on 06/01/2005 7:17:50 AM PDT by Constitutionalist Conservative (Have you visited http://c-pol.blogspot.com?)
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To: MPCarr

Sleeper Account?


20 posted on 06/01/2005 7:18:16 AM PDT by somniferum (All warfare is deception - Sun Tzu)
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To: MPCarr

Why do I get the feeling that the writer of this may have had an apopletic stroke after he or she finished writing it.


21 posted on 06/01/2005 7:18:53 AM PDT by righttackle44 (The most dangerous weapon in the world is a Marine with his rifle and the American people behind him)
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To: ClidePenbroke

OMG! LMAO!


22 posted on 06/01/2005 7:19:08 AM PDT by retrokitten (has a honky tonk badonkadonk)
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To: MPCarr

Why wait around for a People's Movement?

Let's just get down to business.

I'm tired of waiting for you wussies.


23 posted on 06/01/2005 7:20:39 AM PDT by the gillman@blacklagoon.com (It's a M.A.D. Congress, after all!)
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To: MPCarr

Weapons of Mass Destruction? Saddam was a weapon of mass destruction and we found the mass graves to prove it.

When Hitler was killing people by the thousands and the US was damned by the world for standing by and doing nothing. Saddam had killed hundreds of thousands and we stepped in and stopped him and we are still damned by the world.

There is a simple solution for dealing with these detainees, stop detaining them, just shoot them down on the battlefield. We rid the world of a terrorists and Amnesty International and these stupid liberals won't have to worry about prisoner abuse.


24 posted on 06/01/2005 7:21:07 AM PDT by Americanexpat (A strong democracy through citizen oversight.)
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To: MPCarr

Any relation to screen name GNAA?


25 posted on 06/01/2005 7:21:56 AM PDT by JimWforBush
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To: MPCarr
International Irrational Action Center website founded by Ramsey Clark
26 posted on 06/01/2005 7:22:07 AM PDT by Zeppelin (Keep on FReepin' on.....)
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To: MPCarr

27 posted on 06/01/2005 7:22:40 AM PDT by Michael.SF. ('Well, a Democratic socialist ...is basically a liberal Democrat' - Howard Dean - DNC Chairman)
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To: MPCarr

The words are Marxist dogma. Sounds like it written by North Korea.


28 posted on 06/01/2005 7:29:43 AM PDT by pfflier
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To: Michael.SF.

I stopped reading at calling Amnesty International and the International Red Cross, "mainstream".


29 posted on 06/01/2005 7:29:50 AM PDT by massgopguy (massgopguy)
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To: MPCarr

It's past time to roll up Ramsey Clark and his fellow travelers.


30 posted on 06/01/2005 7:32:37 AM PDT by Big Digger (I)
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To: rdb3
Three observations:

1. "...organizing tools..." - doesn't that really mean getting together a bunch of brainwashed, physically-unwashed, spoiled-rich-brat doofuses.

2. "A Rogue State" - towards the end of Bubba's term, Madeleine not-so-Bright wanted to stop using such a blatantly offensive term in favor of "Countries of Concern". So, I take it that offensive terms used by liberals are only applicable to America?

3. For the amount of time, money and energy that these fools waste, they could practically cure "the root cause of terrorism in the Middle East": Poverty (yeah, right). But hey, as long as it's their time & money and that it's completely wasted in a futile emotional temper-tantrum, why should I care one iota?

31 posted on 06/01/2005 7:32:39 AM PDT by kromike
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Help Hold the Bush Administration Accountable for Their Crimes Good Deeds: PeopleApplaudBush.org

I not only hold them accountable, I sent them money to help get reelected.

32 posted on 06/01/2005 7:35:52 AM PDT by Cyber Ninja (His legacy is a stain on the dress.)
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To: MPCarr

My opinion of your people's movement.

33 posted on 06/01/2005 7:36:14 AM PDT by Tijeras_Slim
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To: MPCarr
Is there anyway to launch a class action suit against these people for putting me in fear of my life and causing me extreme emotional distress?
34 posted on 06/01/2005 7:37:04 AM PDT by dts32041 (Robin Hood, stealing from the government and giving back to tax payer. Where is he today?)
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To: massgopguy

You made it further then I did. "Ramsey Clark" was all it took for me.


35 posted on 06/01/2005 7:37:33 AM PDT by Michael.SF. ('Well, a Democratic socialist ...is basically a liberal Democrat' - Howard Dean - DNC Chairman)
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To: MPCarr

MPCarr: hold your tongue and say,
"I work in a shipyard and pick up ashes . . ."


36 posted on 06/01/2005 7:38:01 AM PDT by tumblindice (most painful elimination of the day)
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To: MPCarr
U.S. violations of international law have become so outrageous and widespread that even mainstream organizations, including Amnesty International, International Comittee of the Red Cross, and Physicians for Human Rights have issued statements condemning the Bush Administration's lawlessness.

Wow, that's a list of some real mainstream groups. I think you could add Al Qaeda to that list.

37 posted on 06/01/2005 7:39:31 AM PDT by Always Right
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To: MPCarr

38 posted on 06/01/2005 7:39:56 AM PDT by itsamelman (“Announcing your plans is a good way to hear God laugh.” -- Al Swearengen)
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To: Michael.SF.

Will someone tell me why the header for this post was not preceded by "Barf alert"?


39 posted on 06/01/2005 7:40:23 AM PDT by wingsof liberty (Marines - the few, the proud, the best!!)
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"More than a year ago, grisly pictures of the torture chambers of Abu Ghraib came to light"

GRISLY! Grisly is a word and therefore should impart some rational meaning. It's not meant to be some strange sound that arbitrarily falls out of one's pie-hole. Panties on the head isn't grisly.

Cheeky yes. Grisly no.

40 posted on 06/01/2005 7:42:11 AM PDT by avg_freeper (Gunga galunga. Gunga, gunga galunga)
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To: MPCarr

Please, give me a break.


41 posted on 06/01/2005 7:43:15 AM PDT by Laz711 (Fear is the Mind Killer)
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To: MPCarr

Where were the hand wringers during Clinton's idiotic Kosovo War?


42 posted on 06/01/2005 7:49:04 AM PDT by tkathy (Tyranny breeds terrorism. Freedom breeds peace.)
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"Only a Peoples' Movement Can Stop this Criminal War!"

Spoken like true communists.


43 posted on 06/01/2005 7:49:41 AM PDT by TheDon (Euthanasia is an atrocity.)
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grisly pictures of the torture chambers of Abu Ghraib

Not Sure Grisly huh... Embarrassing maybe. These organizations are so bias, and they wonder why many Americans dismiss their so called professional opinions.

44 posted on 06/01/2005 7:50:19 AM PDT by Realism (Some believe that the facts-of-life are open to debate.....)
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Only a bowel movement can stop Ramsey Clark...


46 posted on 06/01/2005 7:53:25 AM PDT by clintonh8r (So....Is means testing now a conservative value? Apparently 40% of FReepers think it is.)
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To: rdb3

I never trust anyone who acts in the name of 'the People' in the 21st Century. They want the People to rule, but they want to be the ones setting policy.

This leaflet shows that we are right to avoid the International Criminal Court. No American Armed Forces member is safe while Ramsey Clark is around.


47 posted on 06/01/2005 7:58:22 AM PDT by GAB-1955 (Proudly confusing editors and readers since 1981!)
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Ramsey Clark is a TRAITOR. He, even more that Hanoi Jane, is responsible for the death and torture of hundreds of American Military and South Vietnamese Military and Civilians.

Anything that Ramsey Clark says should be considered a lie and any actions taken by him or one of his organizations should be considered as anti-American and traitorous.
48 posted on 06/01/2005 7:58:40 AM PDT by YOUGOTIT
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Since you have not replied I guess I assume you are serious about this post. Here is a copy of a nice graphic that I apply to a pink shirt just to tick off you commie idiots.

49 posted on 06/01/2005 8:05:47 AM PDT by armymarinemom (My sons freed Iraqi and Afghanistan Honor Roll students.And we're unlikely to get a look into this t)
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mainstream organizations, including Amnesty International, International Comittee of the Red Cross, and Physicians for Human Rights

Bwahahahaha!
50 posted on 06/01/2005 8:06:27 AM PDT by andyk (Go Matt Kenseth!)
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