"Worries About War Crimes Heat up in the White House"

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By Frank Rich, The New York Times. Posted to AlterNet July 14, 2008.

Top Bush hands are starting to get sweaty about where they left their fingerprints on U.S. torture policies...

 So hot is the speculation that war-crimes trials will eventually follow in foreign or international courts that Lawrence Wilkerson, Colin Powell's former chief of staff, has publicly advised Mr. Feith, Mr. Addington and Alberto Gonzales, among others, to "never travel outside the U.S., except perhaps to Saudi Arabia and Israel."


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