Ray McGovern: US in denial of responsibility for torture, killings

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guilty of "ultimate" war crime

"To initiate war of aggression... 
is not only an international crime; 
it is the supreme international crime, 
differing only from other war crimes
in that it contains within itself 
the accumulated evil of the whole." 

- Justice Robert H. Jackson, 
chief prosecutor for the United States
at the Nuremberg Trials

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