Arizona JAG officer wants Bush tried for war crimes

By Mark Yannone | From the KPHX radio station in Phoenix, Arizona, Colonel Joe Abodeely told his worldwide radio audience on Saturday exactly how and why he expects George W. Bush to be prosecuted for the war crimes he committed as president of the United States. Drawing on his considerable expertise in criminal law and his accomplished military career, Colonel Joe helped those of us who want the Bush crime family held accountable to see the distinct possibility on the horizon. [Listen] [MP3] 17:57

JAG: Judge Advocate General. Attorneys in the JAG Corps provide the legal services for each branch of the military.


Constitutional law professor Jonathan Turley comments on George Bush’s war crimes and this “ignoble moment” where the United States could be forced by the international community to enforce our own laws and prosecute those who are responsible for torture.

Law School Conference Will Plan Bush War Crimes Prosecution

The Massachusetts School of Law at Andover may be a good place to study law, but, come September, MSL will also be a place to plan for the prosecution and conviction of the war criminals in the Bush administration.

The dean, Lawrence Velvel, says in a statement that “plans will be laid and necessary organizational structures set up, to pursue the guilty as long as necessary and, if need be, to the ends of the Earth.”

Velvel added, “We must insist on appropriate punishments, including, if guilt is found, the hangings visited upon top German and Japanese war criminals in the 1940s.” [Full story]