Yes that is correct, George Bush was found guilty of war crimes. Unfortunately it was determined by the Red Cross and not the Hague, Congress or any facet of our justice system that could physically detain him. If only the Red Cross had the power to do that, how much better the world would be. Nevertheless, it is the first time a major, well-respected world body has done this and has hard evidence to back it up.
The Red Cross determined the culpability of the Bush administration after interviewing prisoners at Guantanamo Bay, according to the article.
Prisoner Abu Zubaydahwho said he had been waterboarded, "slammed against the walls" and confined in boxes "so small he said he had to double up his limbs in the fetal position."
The information comes from a new book written by Jane Meyer, who has frequently published articles concerning counter-terrorism in The New Yorker.
The book is titled "The Dark Side: The Inside Story of How the War on Terror Turned Into a War on American Ideals," and will be released next week.
Mayer cited "sources familiar with the report" to explain the confidential document as a warning "that the abuse constituted war crimes, placing the highest officials in the U.S. government in jeopardy of being prosecuted."
So we have damning proof that George Bush is a war criminal, yet he remains free to destroy the planet as he pleases. Our democracy is truly falling apart before our eyes, and all Congress does is drag it's feet and stall when a few brave souls speak out and try to act for the sake of us all. Not only will George Bush's name go down in infamy (that happened a long time ago) but those in the legislative branch that enabled his nefarious ways.