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Wednesday, November 19, 2008

U.S. vice president Dick Cheney indicted?

According to the Times of India:

American vice-president Dick Cheney and former attorney general Alberto Gonzales have been indicted on separate charges related to alleged prisoner abuse in federal detention centers.

A South Texas grand jury has indicted Cheney and Gonzales on charges related to the alleged abuse of prisoners in Willacy County's federal detention centres.

The indictment accuses Cheney of a conflict of interest and "at least misdemeanour assaults" on detainees by working through prison companies, FOX News reported.

Here's the video:

Looks like they're grasping...

Posted by P.M. Jaworski on November 19, 2008 in U.S. politics | Permalink


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These guys have more teflon than Dupont & John Gotti put together , even if this is actually successful, Bush will pardon them anyway, justice will never be served and that's just a hard fact, get use to it.

Posted by: sailingwindward | 2008-11-19 9:51:06 PM

This is garbage. The people in these detention camps entered the U.S. illegally. Many of them have committed additional crimes while in the United States. These charges are nothing more than further attempts by advocates for the illegals to tie the court up. The U.S. government has the right to defend the borders. If the government fails, then the only solution is a well-armed public doing the job. If you want to see real scumbags look at the Democrat Party. The party's filled with socialists who want to turn us into a far-left state and traitors who have done everything possible to embolden the terrorists in Iraq. Now that Iraq is won, no thanks to the Democrats(exceptions for Zell Miller and Joe Lieberman) they want to get the Bush administration on some convoluted charge.

Posted by: Jack | 2008-11-19 10:50:33 PM

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