Saturday, December 30, 2006

Bush Silences a Dangerous Witness

George W. Bush may have felt a thrill of vindication as he went to bed with visions of Saddam Hussein dangling at the end of a rope, but Bush achieved something more important for the Bush Family legacy.

He silenced a unique witness who, if given the opportunity, could have testified about the roles of George H.W. Bush and other top U.S. officials in aiding and abetting Hussein's crimes against humanity.

By making sure that Hussein never appeared before an international tribunal, Bush kept those Bush Family secrets safely tucked away.

For the full story of the troublesome testimony that Hussein might have delivered if not sent to the gallows, go to

2 comment(s):

You might find these two entries on my blog of interest as they concern President Bush's statement about Hussein's trial being "fair" and, also, William Kunstler's comments on the Bill of Rights. Here are the links:

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8:21 PM  

Thanks, I'll go there now and check them out. Much appreciated!

By Blogger Annamarie, at 11:02 PM  

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