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Senate to probe how case for war was made
Now, so-called Phase 2 would investigate whether public statements, testimony, and reports by US government officials were supported by available intelligence.

Bush aide denies ties to fake Iraq-Niger documents
After consulting with a member of his staff "to refresh my memory," Hadley told reporters that the documents were first obtained by the State Department and then shared with the CIA' and that he does not recall ever discussing the issue with Italian intelligence officials.

White House Ducks Pre Iraq War Intel Questions

White House uneasy on 'secret' prisons,5478,17125216%255E1702,00.html
The existence of secret CIA detention centres has long been claimed. Amnesty International denounced an "archipelago" of prisons in June as a "gulag of our times."

"It's an absurd allegation," Bush said in the White House Rose Garden this week. "The United States is a country that ... promotes freedom around the world. When there's accusations made about certain actions by our people, they're fully investigated in a transparent way. It's just an absurd allegation.",2933,158555,00.html
"It seemed like to me they [Amnesty International] based some of their decisions on the word of — and the allegations — by people who were held in detention, people who hate America, people that had been trained in some instances to disassemble — that means not tell the truth," the president added. "And so it was an absurd report. It just is."

Recently Amnesty International declared the United States a violator of human rights. They labeled the detention center in Guantanamo Bay Cuba, a modern day gulag. Amnesty Secretary General Irene Khan declared that nowhere has "the assault on fundamental values that is shaking the human rights world” been more damaging. In addition, she blasted “efforts by the U.S. administration to weaken the absolute ban on torture."
America’s armed forces are doing battle with evil people who think nothing of attacking and killing innocent people?
An Australian, Van Tuong Nguyen, will be executed for drug trafficking unless more attention is drawn to his plight. I believe that together we may save the life of this man.

To this end, I have written an open letter to the President of the Republic of Singapore asking for clemency. The open letter, which includes a dozen related e-mail addresses, is online:

Letter to Singapore's President

It is my hope that the interactivity of the Web can save a young man's life. Please read the above site and if you agree that a human should not die for being caught with drugs, then I beg you to send an e-mail asking the President of Singapore for clemency on behalf of Van.

Dave Jarvis
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So when do we get invaded to remove the rogue government that spies on its own people, gases its own people during anti War protests, stages "terrorist" attacks, holds crooked elections, attacks other nations without cause, and uses torture on innocent people looking for WMD that don't exist?

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