accounting for torture: accessories to the crime

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which is hardly surprising considering the key witness wasn't questioned

What Durham, Holder and Obama need to know is that there is a community of people who believe that our country should abide by the rules of civilization and that when torture occurs, those responsible for giving the orders need to be held accountable. They should also know that the international community considers these crimes to be war crimes, and under that framework there are no statutes of limitations and no possibility for pardons or mitigating circumstances. By actively suppressing the investigation of war crimes, are Durham, Holder and Obama making themselves accessories to them?

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