Wednesday, February 27, 2008

white house torture advocate william haynes resigns

white house torture advocate william haynes resignsfrom thinkprogress: Defense Department General Counsel William Haynes, who was a “prime moverin the Bush administration’s efforts to bypass the Geneva Convention, announced today that he “is returning to private life next month.” Already a controversial figure due to his torture advocacy, the negative spotlight on Haynes increased last week when former Gitmo prosecutor Col. Morris Davis told The Nation that Haynes had insisted that the administrationcan’t have acquittals” at Guantanamo Bay. More on Haynes’ role in the Bush administration here.

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