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George Bush Admits to Directing Torture
and He's Proud Of It
IndictBushNow Mobilizing to Expose Bush on His Book Tour

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Dear IndictBushNow supporter,

George Bush is about to reemerge to peddle his new book—and the Indict Bush movement is mobilizing to be there to expose him as the war criminal he is.

Starting this month, Bush is set to go on a media tour promoting his new book, "Decision Points." We will be there too, and we need your help.

This is more than just selling a book. It is an effort by Bush to carry out his own political rehabilitation and to legitimize his criminal acts.

In the book, Bush recounts being asked by the C.I.A. whether it could proceed with the torture of those in U.S. detention. Bush proudly writes that his reply was, "Damn right."

The U.N. Convention Against Torture, to which the United States is a signatory, requires that all parties enforce its provisions holding those who torture criminally responsible. It allows for "universal jurisdiction" which has been used by prosecutors in Spain and Belgium to investigate Bush officials. Ramsey Clark has emphasized that it is the imperative responsibility of the American people to relentlessly pursue this investigation, and to seek prosecution and indictment inside of the United States.

Thousands have responded to the call to demand a special prosecutor for Bush's war crimes. The U.N. Special Rapporteur for Torture has called on the Obama Administration to investigate these criminal acts.

Will you help us in this effort? Please make a special donation today - your contribution right now will help buy a huge banner that will confront Bush and the media as he travels the country.

IndictBushNow volunteers are getting ready to hit the streets with the banner and signs. This amoral criminal has blood on his hands. People all over the world now associate the United States as a nation that practices and exports torture. We must act.

Please take a moment today and help support the movement for justice and accountability - together we can do it.

From all of us at IndictBushNow 

IndictBushNow is producing high-quality banners like the one below and mobilizing activists and supporters to expose Bush as a war criminal wherever he goes during his book tour. Join this effort by making a generous donation to help pay for these banners and other mobilization costs. We can't do it without you!

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