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Thu Sep 4, 2008 12:14 pm (PDT)
Law School to Plan Bush War Crimes Prosecution
Press Release: Massachusetts School Of Law
17/06/08 "ICH" -- - A conference to plan the prosecution of President
Bush and other high administration officials for war crimes will be held
September 13-14 at the Massachusetts School of Law at Andover .
"This is not intended to be a mere discussion of violations of law that
have occurred," said convener Lawrence Velvel, dean and cofounder of the
school. "It is, rather, intended to be a planning conference at which
plans will be laid and necessary organizational structures set up, to
pursue the guilty as long as necessary and, if need be, to the ends of
"We must try to hold Bush administration leaders accountable in courts
of justice," Velvel said. "And we must insist on appropriate
punishments, including, if guilt is found, the hangings visited upon top
German and Japanese war-criminals in the 1940s."
Velvel said past practice has been to allow U.S. officials responsible
for war crimes in Viet Nam and elsewhere to enjoy immunity from
prosecution upon leaving office. "President Johnson retired to his Texas
ranch and his Defense Secretary Robert McNamara was named to head the
World Bank; Richard Nixon retired to San Clemente and his Secretary of
State Henry Kissinger was allowed to grow richer and richer," Velvel
He noted in the years since the prosecution and punishment of German and
Japanese leaders after World War Two those nation's leaders changed
their countries' aggressor cultures. One cannot discount contributory
cause and effect here, he said.
"For Bush, Richard Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld, and John Yoo to spend years
in jail or go to the gallows for their crimes would be a powerful lesson
to future American leaders," Velvel said.
The conference will take up such issues as the nature of domestic and
international crimes committed; which high-level Bush officials,
including Federal judges and Members of Congress, are chargeable with
war crimes; which foreign and domestic tribunals can be used to
prosecute them; and the setting up of an umbrella coordinating committee
with representatives of legal groups concerned about the war crimes such
as the Center for Constitutional Rights, ACLU, National Lawyers Guild,
The Massachusetts School of Law at Andover was established in 1988 to
provide an affordable, quality legal education to minorities, immigrants
and students from low-income households that might otherwise be denied
the opportunity to obtain a legal education and practice law. Its
founder, Dean Velvel, has been honored by the National Law Journal and
cited in various publications for his contributions to the reform of
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Sherwood Ross, media consultant to MSL, at email@example.com
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Eileen Dannemann wrote:THANKS. I just saw the proof. Would it be possible to take out one of the frames of the flag at the beginning... there by starting the song sooner as it is now it is not hitting the right points. If one frame of the initial flags is taken out...that should do. it. Eileen Check it out...
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I saved as a QuickTime for you since you're a MAC person - it's on my website down at the bottom of the PROJECTS IN PROGRESS page - I think just under "Vivian Figures" YouTube video. ...which really could have used Diana's music, btw!! Vivian is great. I hope she can upset that incumbent asshole. :) Anyway, click on the link below.
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