On Visit to France, Donald Rumsfeld Hit with Lawsuit for Ordering, Authorizing Torture
The complaint was filed with the Paris prosecutorÂ¹s office as Rumsfeld arrived in France for a visit. This is the fifth time Rumsfeld has been charged with direct involvement in torture since 9/11. We speak with two attorneys with the plaintiffs -- Center for Constitutional Rights president Michael Ratner and Jeanne Sulzer of the International Federation of Human Rights.
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Donald Rumsefeld always reminded me on not being an intellectual. I would not be surprised if he did acts of torture and got away with it. It would not surprise me one bit because a lot of torture was done under the Bush administration.
Rumsfeld: Yeah, Caliphate is the goal
Anyone else notice that Caliphate is suddenly starting to pop up in the national conversation? Yesterday on The Rush Limbaugh Program, former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld talked about the movement to institute a global caliphate - which is weird because all the critics bashing Glenn say that's nonsense! Ref. Source 9
How Rumsfeld Misleads and Ducks Responsibility in His New Book
By Bob Woodward
Rumsfeld's memoir is one big clean-up job, a brazen effort to shift blame to others -- including President Bush -- distort history, ignore the record or simply avoid discussing matters that cannot be airbrushed away. It is a travesty, and I think the rewrite job won't wash. Ref. Source 6
Rumsfeld's book tour is making private Navy stop
Former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld is coming to San Diego on Friday to sign copies of his bestselling memoir "Known and Unknown." Some critics have derided his autobiography as self-serving. Rumsfeld said he "wanted people interested in public service to have a sense of what it's like." Ref. Source 9
"I don't believe anyone that I know in the administration ever said that Iraq had nuclear weapons."
-- Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, at a hearing of the Senate's appropriations subcommittee on defense, May 14, 2003