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Petition to fire the Chevron lawyer behind Bush torture

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Our former US Ambassador to the United Nations, Jeane J. Kirkpatrick was also one of the authors of the research studies in "Mass Behavior in Battle and Captivity: The Communist Soldier in the Korean War" a war still with no treaty, and I feel the misuse of that research and Haynes’ authorization to be in defiance of the results of the Nuremberg trials, causing a quandary for our troops, and a travesty of American ethics. In our "eye for and eye" mentality it places our own at risk for suicide bombings and other acts. Our house-to-house searches should also be stopped as a mockery of the "Bill of Rights" which I thought the founders thought valid for all people, not just Americans when the first US Congress met in its first capital, here in NYC.   Credo: petition location

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Written by georgejmyersjr

04/24/2009 at 4:22 pm

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