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War Crimes of the Bush Administration War Crimes of the Bush Administration

Last revised - 2004/05/21

Geneva Convention relative to the Treatment of Prisoners of War

It has recently been revealed on a CBS Sixty Minutes documentary that numerous war crimes abuses have taken place involving US Forces in Iraq. These abuses took place at Saddam Hussein's former prison at Abu Ghraib.

These graphic pictures (warning - contain nudity) may be found at the following link

For a detailed explanation of what happened (including more links to pictures) see this link.

The Bush administration is doing everything in its power to avoid Americans being prosecuted for War Crimes.

On August 3, 2002 The United States passed a law authorizing the use of military force to liberate any American or citizen of a U.S.-allied country being held by the War Crimes Court, which is located in The Hague. Now they are demanding a renewal of Security Council Resolution 1487. This measure grants immunity to personnel in U.N. authorized or approved operations from states that have not ratified the International Criminal Court (ICC) treaty.