The dust to dust. …
A fellow worker of the vampire wife of the debauched treason worker Tory B Liar has written a book about some of the awfulness behind the Guantanamo terrorists and their victims.
He published it last year after gaining insights into the world of the worst regime since Pol Pot and China's gang of four and more.
He was given interviews by people he went on to condemn for their part in the abuse of prisoners and their illegal detentions.
This is what one USA journalist has written:
Originally posted by Jane Mayer:
About a year ago, a book came out in England that made a fascinating prediction: at some point in the future, the author wrote, six top officials in the Bush Administration would get a tap on the shoulder announcing that they were being arrested on international charges of torture.
Philippe Sands is a law professor and a certified Queen's Counsel who works at the same law practice as Cherie Blair. His, "Torture Team," accuses the Bush Administration, of torture. Last weeks Spanish court took the first steps toward starting a criminal investigation of the same six former Bush Administration officials he had named,
Among those whom the court singled out was Feith, the former Under-Secretary of Defense for Policy, along with former Attorney General Alberto Gonzales; John Yoo, a former Justice Department lawyer; and David Addington, the chief of staff and the principal legal adviser to Vice-President Dick Cheney.
Sands' mother and her parents were Viennese Jews who barely survived the Holocaust; his mother spent the first seven years of her life in hiding, away from her family.
"It inculcated a burning sense of being aggrieved at wrongdoing, and at the failure of people to take responsibility for their actions," he said.
In 2004, when photographs of abused prisoners at Abu Ghraib surfaced, Sands read the protestations of innocence from Bush Administration officials, who blamed a few "bad apples".
"I could spot right away that they were speaking as advocates of a cause. So I decided to find out what really happened." He travelled to America to interview the key players in what he described as "a writing project I am engaged in on international law and the war on terror."
Many Bush officials agreed to meet with Sands, "I spent two years trekking around the country, finding out that they were manifestly untruthful," Sands said. "I've got a particular bugbear about lawyers," he added. "If not for lawyers, none of these abuses would have ever occurred."
He conferred with human-rights experts all over Europe on his findings. Word spread that he had the makings of a high-level war-crimes case. Gonzalo Boye, the Chilean-born Spanish lawyer who last week filed the criminal complaint against the Bush officials, said of Sands:
"Let me just say that he played a very big role in my thinking. His book showed me who the targets were."
It is hard to predict what will happen next, but, if arrest warrants are issued, the Obama Administration may be forced either to extradite the former officials or to start its own investigation. Sands reiterated a warning that he made in his book. "If I were they, "I would think carefully before setting foot outside the United States. They are now, and forever in the future, at risk of arrest. Until this is sorted out, they are in their own legal black hole."