George W. Bush

Lauren McCauley, staff writer
Former President George W. Bush knew and was "intimately involved" in the CIA's practice of torture, former Bush adviser and Republican strategist Karl Rove confirmed on Fox News Sunday. Despite arguments made in the U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee's report that the CIA had not alerted Bush and other top officials about the extent of the abuses...
Jon Queally, staff writer
Few if any people, given recent history and the consistent position of the...
Lauren McCauley, staff writer
ACLU executive director Anthony Romero argues that an executive pardon by President Obama "may be the only way to establish, once and for all, that torture is illegal." (Photo: Justin Norman/cc/flickr)
In preparation for the much-anticipated release of the Senate's summary report...

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The Romanian cabdriver cum hacker who broke into e-mail accounts of George Bush and other world leaders to reveal a host of tawdry secrets, including W's primitive paintings, has been sentenced in a Romanian court to four years in prison. Bush has said he was "annoyed" by the actions of Marcel Lazar Lehel, aka Guccifer. Hey George: This poor guy gets four years for a tech prank, you get freedom, money and leisurely dabbling for the murder of thousands? Annoyed doesn't begin to cover it for the...