Grounds for Immediate Dismissal

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President Obama and CIA chief John Brennan during his White House swearing in ceremony in 2013. (Photo: AFP/Brendan Smialowski)

The CIA chief's admission that the agency spied on the Intelligence Committee's panel investigating torture during the Bush years pressured Obama to concede "We tortured some folks."

Not that he's about to do anything about it. It's up to the people living in the United States to hold war criminals accountable. That's where we come in. Stay tuned for actions at Boalt's Hall of Torture.

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