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Andrew Sullivan: Bush officials 'will be indicted for war crimes'
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Published: Monday April 7, 2008

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In an interview Sunday on CNN, onetime gay conservative pundit Andrew Sullivan asserted that Bush officials who worked on a memo authorizing legal use of torture "should not leave the country" because they "will be, at some point, indicted for war crimes."

Sullivan cited specifically former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld; onetime White House lawyer John Yoo, who penned the so-called 2003 torture memo and Dave Addington, Vice President Cheney's then-lawyer and now chief of staff.

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ANDREW SULLIVAN: The latest revelations on the torture front show the memo from John Yoo...means that Don Rumsfeld, David Addington and John Yoo should not leave the United States any time soon. They will be, at some point, indicted for war crimes.

 
 


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