'I never ordered torture,' says Bush
President states in memo that he has right to suspend Geneva Conventions
The Associated Press | The Toronto Star (Canada)
"President Bush claimed the right to waive anti-torture laws and treaties covering prisoners of war after the invasion of Afghanistan, and Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld authorized guards to strip detainees and threaten them with dogs, according to documents released today."
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