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Gonzales again implicates self


By jimstaro - Posted on 22 November 2010

Gonzales once again implicates self in Bush torture program

November 22nd, 2010 - Former Attorney General Alberto Gonzales has implicated himself - yet again - in the Bush administration's torture program.

Gonzales told Talking Points Memo that he knew "enhanced interrogation techniques" were used against suspected terrorists.

"I was aware of the techniques. I did have knowledge," Gonzales explained in the exclusive interview. "[I] know that a number of lawyers worked to look to see whether it could be administered in a way that was consistent with the anti-torture statute and guidance was given by the Department of Justice while I was in the White House about how these techniques could be implemented to gather important information, in a dangerous period for our nation, to gather information from the enemy that would be in America's favor."

Records show that Gonzales played a key role in the Bush torture program, with the former US attorney general authoring the original torture memo. {read rest}

And this Country says what as to Accountability while 'Done In Our Names', crickets!!! Oh wait, they are up in arms about their privates being searched for potential explosives!!

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