Wednesday, 13 July 2011

organization of Human Rights Watch , called on the United States President Barack Obama to conduct a survey of former President George w. Bush and senior officials are authorized torture of detainees and prisoners suspected of terrorism cases.


As indicated in the business release received today, Human Rights Watch found
compelling evidence of the existence of torture perpetrated by the Bush administration against prisoners, with the permission of former President George w. Bush and other senior officials.

In addition, the Obama administration is not complied with the obligations of the United States to the Convention against torture to investigate cases of torture and
other ill-treatment of detainees, thick in 107 pages in the report entitled" Getting Away With torture -the Bush administration and the ill-treatment of detainees, " Human Rights Watch gives you important information for investigating
crimes against Bush and his senior officials for their role in the practice of torture.

Among senior officials,former Vice-President Dick Cheney, Defense Secretary Donald
Rumsfeld and CIA Director George Tenet. Torture committed in the U.S. government's official approval of a. l water boarding or drowning heads of prisoners in the water, the use of secret CIA detention centers, and prisoner transfer (rendition) to countries where they were tortured.
"There is strong evidence to investigate Bush, Cheney, Rumsfeld and Tenet,
who allowed the torture and war crimes" said Kenneth Roth, executive director of Human Rights Watch.

President Obama, he added, treats torture as bad policy and not as a crime. His
decision to end the practices of violence in interrogations could easily be changed unless the prohibition against torture is legally enforced return. Human Rights Watch assess if the government of the United States did not pursue criminal investigations with a credible, other countries have to indict U.S. officials.

involved in crimes against detainees, according to international law, according to Human Rights Watch,"The United States has an obligation to investigate those
crimes" said Roth.

"If the United States does not do that other countries should prosecute them \." In August 2009,U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder was appointed special prosecutor John Durham to investigate the illegal torture of detainees. That is, the investigation does not include acts of torture, including water boarding and other ill-treatment is permitted by the lawyers of the Bush administration, despite working against domestic and international law.

On June 30, holder of Durham received a recommendation to conduct an investigation into two alleged CIA prisoner deaths from Iraq and Afghanistan. Human Rights Watch claimed a narrow mandate to make the job of Durham can not reveal systematic torture.

"The pattern of human rights violations The United States Government in some countries is not the result of deviant acts group of officers who break the law,
said k. Ross.
Torture, he added, is the result of decisions taken by the United States, all sort of officials who are rejected or ignored by the law.


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