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June 25: Major Action in DC to Demand Prosecution of Torturers

Plus, Breaking News: Members of Congress Call for Special Prosecutor!


  JUNE 25
Please make an urgently needed donation to help us carry out this critical work. We have hundreds of volunteers but we must continue to raise the funds to help this movement continue to grow. Click this link to make a donation. .
Now is the time all of us can make a huge difference.

IndictBushNow and a broad number of organizations are coming together for a major action on June 25, 2009 in front of the Justice Department in Washington DC.

Yesterday, John Conyers, Chair of the House Judiciary Committee, and thirteen of his Judiciary colleagues formally appealed to Attorney General Eric Holder to appoint a Special Prosecutor. This dramatic action in Congress is a direct result of the pressure generated by you and millions of other people. The letter to the Attorney General reads: "there can be little doubt that the public interest will be served by appointment of a special counsel. The authorization and use of interrogation techniques that likely amounted to torture has generated tremendous concern and outrage in this country, and has harmed our legal and moral standing in the world."

Please make an urgently needed donation to help us carry out this critical work. We have hundreds of volunteers but we must continue to raise the funds to help this movement continue to grow.

Click this link to make a donation.


More than 400,000 people have signed petitions calling on Attorney General Eric Holder to appoint a Special Prosecutor. A coalition of civil rights and human rights organization presented 250,000 petition signatures to the Attorney General last week. More than 150,000 people have signed the petition at IndictBushNow.

The people of every country must see that We The People of the United States are uniting to demand accountability for those who committed great crimes in our name. 

The crimes are too great to let pass. Secret prisons, extraordinary renditions and torture, massive spying on the people of the United States and waging an unprovoked war of aggression on Iraq based on lies and deceit.

People are coming to Washington DC on June 25 from all over the country to say loud and clear: No One Is Above the Law!

Please organize a June 25 IndictBushNow committee in your local area to bring people to Washington DC or, if you are to far away, organize a local June 25th action at the Federal Building or in another central location in your city or town.

Posters, leaflets and logistics information for June 25 will be available in the coming days.

Spread the word. Tell your friends to sign the petition calling for the appointment of a Special Prosecutor by clicking this link.

Donations are urgently needed right now. Show your support by clicking here.

No Torture in Our Name!

-- From all of us at IndictBushNow
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