University of California promotes war criminal

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Join World Can't Wait outside Boalt Hall, Bancroft Way at Piedmont Avenue, 
this Friday April 18, 4:30 - 6:00 pm to challenge continued employment of 
"Torture Memos" author John Yoo.

As hope for institutional reform fades, people of conscience remain undeterred in demanding prosecution of torturers and their accomplices.
Torture must not be allowed to become accepted policy. 
War criminals are a nasty lot. Dodging accountability for their actions and public reprobation, they often find employment in the military/industrial complex. But American academic institutions share complicity in protection of these social pariah, accommodating them with positions of respectability. Universities face resistance to these appointments from students and parentsalumni and a few faculty members disparage, and communities at large attempt to legislate remedy. It is our responsibility to call out criminals and enablers alike. 

It's anyone's guess what Berkeley's new Korea Law Center will preach, or whether co-director John Yoo's classes will continue to be held at undisclosed locations, but we can be sure that this war criminal is up to no good.

Friday's Inaugural Conference promises to be an excellent venue to challenge the veracity of UC's Faculty Code of Conduct

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