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anche i senza dimora abbiano una seconda possibilità
Il disgusto deve esserci. Non si puo' essere politically correct per uno schifo simile.
Rumsfeld viene incriminato in quanto capo. Ma anche i consiglieri legali che avrebbero cercato di dare supporto legale alla legittimazione delle torture.
Il procedimento dovrebbe essere aperto in Germania luogo ove questi reati, ovunque commessi, possono essere perseguiti.
Per non dimenticare o per non farci l'abitudine. Scusate la crudezza delle immagini.
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On November 14, 2006, CCR will file a criminal complaint against former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld in German Court. The complaint requests the German Federal Prosecutor open an investigation and, ultimately, a criminal prosecution that will look into the responsibility of high-ranking U.S. officials for authorizing war crimes in the context of the so-called "War on Terror." Former White House Counsel (and current Attorney General) Alberto Gonzalez, former Director of Central Intelligence George Tenet, and other high-ranking U.S. officials are also charged in the complaint. The complaint is brought on behalf of 12 torture victims – 11 Iraqi citizens who were held at Abu Ghraib prison and one Guantánamo detainee – and is being filed by the Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR), the International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH), the Republican Attorneys' Association (RAV) and others, all represented by Berlin Attorney Wolfgang Kaleck. The complaint is related to a 2004 complaint that was dismissed, but the new complaint is filed with substantial new evidence, new defendants and plaintiffs, a new German Federal Prosecutor and, most important, under new circumstances that include the resignation of Donald Rumsfeld as Secretary of Defense and the passage of the Military Commissions Act of 2006 in the U.S. granting officials retroactive immunity from prosecution for war crimes. For full background on the complaint, please see the attached briefing paper.
Wolfgang Kaleck: he president of the Association of Republican Lawyers in Germany, is a high-profile human rights lawyer and a specialist in international criminal law who has successfully represented victims of repressive regimes in Argentina, Chile, Serbia and other countries. He is the author, with Dr. Jörg Arnold of Max Planck Institute in Freibourg, of a legal opinion on the inclusion of the PMOI in the EU terrorism list.
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