'Bush Torture Lawyer John Yoo Calls for Revenge Prosecutions Against Democrats'

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John Yoo, the former Bush administration lawyer (who himself escaped prosecution for his role in constructing legal justifications to torture detainees), has an essay in National Review arguing for revenge prosecutions, proffers political columnist Jonathan Chait.

"Do unto others as they have done unto you," urged the shameless Berkeley Law professor, misappropriating the 'Do unto others as you would have done to you,' maxim. "In order to prevent the case against Trump from assuming a permanent place in the American political system," said Yoo, "Republicans will have to bring charges against Democratic officers, even presidents."

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