Lori Price
Citizens for Legitimate Government
May 21, 2008

While the US media obsesses on delegates, superdelegates and whether or not Hillary Clinton is using math formulae hallowed by MSNBC, we learn that US interrogators used snakes to torture prisoners (that’s right, PentaPost — torture, not ‘interrogate’ and prisoners, not ‘detainees’) at Guantanamo Bay — while the FBI watched.

Today, we learned form NEWS.com.au, an Australian news and information site, that US interrogators – at least on one occasion – used a snake (in addition to snarling dogs and pornography) to interrogate a prisoner at Guantanamo Bay. We also discovered that "[Australian detainee Mamdouh] Habib alleged that ‘Mike’ a private-contract interrogator with Lockheed Martin, had hit him during an interrogation." Further, we discovered that, ”of the more than 450 FBI agents who served at Guantanamo… almost half ‘observed or heard about various rough or aggressive treatment of detainees, primarily by military interrogators’."

Snakes used in interrogation sessions?! This is Nazi tactics territory, folks – using our dollars and under our name! I don’t care about Democratic superdelegate totals or nomination math formulae. The US media is using the election itself as a distraction for war crimes that are being carried out in our names, every day!

Lest we forget: U.S. Has Detained 2,500 Juveniles as Enemy Combatants 16 May 2008 The United States has imprisoned approximately 2,500 people younger than 18 as illegal enemy combatants in Iraq, Afghanistan and Guantanamo Bay since 2002, according to a report filed by the Bush regime with the United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child.

Is there anyone out there besides me who wants the Bush dictatorship gone – and I mean gone – and I mean now? Impeachment – even if it were miraculously to transpire – is no longer enough! Bush – and his sadomasochistic henchmen – need to stand trial for *treason* and for *war crimes.*

Permitted DC demonstrations by people wearing pink and sporting clown noses – that the media refuses to cover, anyway – ARE NOT GOING TO CUT IT and NEVER WILL, with this regime!

The Second American Revolution should have taken place on the day Al Gore ‘offered his concession,’ in December 2000.

People: Bush is using snakes to torture cab drivers and other innocents – people held for years without charge in KBR-build prisons – and we’re tallying Obama’s superdelegate count!

Start reading.

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FBI watched Guantanamo abuse – report 21 May 2008 An FBI agent watched Australian prisoner [former Sydney taxi driver] Mamdouh Habib repeatedly vomit during a marathon interrogation session at Guantanamo Bay in 2004, according to a long-awaited US Justice Department report released today. Details about Mr Habib’s confinement at Guantanamo, including an alleged assault inflicted by a private-contract interrogator with Lockheed Martin, were included in the 370-page report that took the Department of Justice more than three years to compile… Of the more than 450 FBI agents who served at Guantanamo, the report found almost half "observed or heard about various rough or aggressive treatment of detainees, primarily by military interrogators". "The most frequently reported techniques included sleep deprivation or disruption, prolonged shackling, stress positions, isolation and the use of bright lights and loud music," the report said. Other abuse allegations include the use of a snake, dogs and pornography on detainees… The US Justice Department report details how Mr Habib told an FBI agent he was tortured in Egypt before being transported to Guantanamo where he was assaulted. "(Mr)Habib alleged that ‘Mike’ a private-contract interrogator with Lockheed Martin, had hit him during an interrogation," the report said. Mr Habib also claimed "detainees were beaten when guards searched their cells".

Report: CIA Pushed Torture EnvelopeJustice Department Says FBI Warned Spy Agency, Military, That Their Tactics Were "Borderline Torture" 20 May 2008 CIA and military interrogators bucked repeated warnings from the FBI that methods used to question terror suspects were in some cases "borderline torture" and potentially illegal, the Justice Department’s internal watchdog reported Tuesday. Agents repeatedly asked FBI headquarters for guidance, but didn’t get it, as prisoners at Guantanamo were threatened with growling dogs, had their thumbs twisted back and heads wrapped in duct tape.

Report: U.S. Soldiers Did ‘Dirty Work’ for Chinese Interrogators Alleges Guantanamo Personnel Softened Up [Tortured] Detainees at Request of Chinese Intelligence 20 May 2008 U.S. military personnel at Guantanamo Bay allegedly softened up prisoners at the request of Chinese intelligence officials who had come to the island facility to interrogate the men — or they allowed the Chinese to dole out the treatment themselves, according to claims in a new government report. Buried in a Department of Justice report released Tuesday are new allegations about a 2002 arrangement between the United States and China, which allowed Chinese intelligence to visit Guantanamo and interrogate Chinese Uighurs held there.

Excerpts from Justice terror interrogations audit (AP) Excerpts from the Justice Department audit of terror interrogations at overseas military bases 20 May 2008 ‘The range of permissible DOD (Defense Department) techniques was expanded after the September 11 attacks and was modified over time. These military policies permitted techniques that were inconsistent with the FBI’s long-standing approach towards witness interrogations.’

US says detains 500 juveniles in Iraq, 10 in AfghanistanCivil liberties groups denounce detentions as abhorrent, and a violation of U.S. treaty obligations. 19 May 2008 The U.S. military is holding about 500 juveniles suspected of being "unlawful enemy combatants" in detention centers in Iraq and has about 10 detained at the U.S. base at Bagram, Afghanistan, the United States has told the United Nations. A total of 2,500 youths under the age of 18 have been imprisoned, almost all in Iraq, for periods up to a year or more in President [sic] George W. Bush’s anti-terrorism campaign since 2002, the United States reported last week to the U.N.’s Committee on the Rights of the Child.

U.S. Has Detained 2,500 Juveniles as Enemy Combatants 16 May 2008 The United States has imprisoned approximately 2,500 people younger than 18 as illegal enemy combatants in Iraq, Afghanistan and Guantanamo Bay since 2002, according to a report filed by the Bush regime with the United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child. 2,400 of the juveniles were captured in Iraq after the U.S.-led invasion in March 2003; 500 are still held in detention facilities in that country. As of last month, 10 juveniles were still being held in Bagram, Afghanistan.

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