Claims the trial of Bush, Cheney and Rice in front of the “International Criminal”

Claims the trial of Bush, Cheney and Rice in front of the “International Criminal”

12/12/2014 12:00 GMT

Claims the trial of Bush - Cheney and Rice in front of the International CriminalFollow-up – and babysit – student at the University of Illinois law professor Francis Boyle, the US, the trial of former US President George W. Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney and Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, on the contents of a US Senate report that showed the torture of detainees.
And the relocation of “Ray Day” Saturday Boyle said: “The Senate report that could provide new evidence of the involvement of these officials in these crimes, and the trial before the International Criminal Court.”

He added: “It has become important; because what we now say that the US government is reached to those results, however the prosecution of the International Criminal Court will help to follow up on these individuals all over the world.”

The law was based on an expert in demanding the trial of former US officials before the International Criminal Court to the Geneva Convention Against Torture, which is signed by all countries of the world convention, and eliminate the need to have every member of the Convention and national legislation to prosecute those involved in crimes of torture.

He said Boyle, “If any of these individuals wanted to travel outside the United States, will we have to go after them and tried in any country.”

He said that sued Bush and his aides “is crucial to re credibility of the International Criminal Court as a court of international legitimacy represented by pursuing only now despots in Africa.”

For his part, President Emeritus of the US Center for Constitutional Rights attorney Michael Ratner said, “Since the beginning of the CIA program in the era of US President George W. Bush’s administration, and forced deportation and imprisonment of Guantanamo, CCR make unremitting efforts to hold government and contractor officials of the sector privately held accountable. ”