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Monday, January 03, 2005

DoJ deleting references to torture committed in Abu Ghraib and Guantanamo

Remember 1984 when they used to rewrite history? It's happening in the United States.


DoJ's latest tune is, "The United States has never committed torture," going so far as to claim the acts of violence committed against others are "allegations."

Small problem. There have already been indictments and convictions.

What does DoJ want the world to believe? That "despite the convictions" that it really didn't happen? Wow, all this time we're asked to believe that the "divine wisdom of the courts" should be respected.

Yet, here DoJ is: Asking us to ignore what happened in court and pretend it didn't happen. The US committed acts of torture. People have been convicted. And DoJ is hoping to rewrite history. Don't be fooled.