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21   Link   Ray McGovern
22   Link   Stanford Says No to War
Especially useful sections on Condoleezza Rice and Donald Rumsfeld.
23   Link   Torture is Wrong
24   Link   The Torture Report
The Torture Report, an initiative of the ACLU's National Security
Project, aims to give the full account of the Bush administration's
torture program, from its improvised origins to the systematized,
lawyer-rationalized maltreatment of hundreds of prisoners in U.S.
custody around the world.
25   Link   The War Crimes Times
26   Link   War Crimes Trials
27   Link   WarIsACrime.org
Formerly AfterDowningStreet.org.
28   Link   What is Torture - Slate.com
This series provides the facts and law to illuminate and add depth to the torture debate-not to persuade you to support or oppose it, but to help you formulate your own views on where the acceptable boundaries may lie.
29   Link   Witness Iraq
Witness Iraq documents the testimony of those harmed by the 2003 US led War in Iraq as a means to preserve such testimony for historical purposes, lay a record in the hopes that testimony can help prevent similar harm in the future and, at the request of survivors, providing legal information related to potential avenues of redress under domestic and international law.
30   Link   Witness to Guantanamo
Our advisor, H. Candace Gorman, is also an advisor to this important project.
31   Link   World Can't Wait
World Can't Wait was formed in 2005 to organize people living in the United States to take responsibility to stop the whole disastrous course led by the Bush administration. We sought to create a political situation where the Bush administration's program was repudiated, where Bush himself would be driven from office and where the whole direction he has taken U.S. society would be reversed. We sought and still seek to mobilize millions to express their outrage, to speak the truth, to act with urgency in an organized political way. To this end, we mobilized people to demonstrate; ran full-page ads in The New York Times and other national and local newspapers; developed our website which is updated daily (www.worldcantwait.org); presented forums and teach-ins; produced materials such as DVDs, T-shirts, buttons, bandanas and posters; conducted speaking tours; gave interviews to the press; etc.

At a national conference of World Can’t Wait held in November 2008, we decided to persevere in bringing forth a movement to create real change by organizing people to take independent political action. We need a force that won’t give up on putting the whole picture together. We can’t passively wait; the crimes committed under the Bush regime must not be allowed to continue or go un-prosecuted.
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