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Thursday, April 16, 2009

Fox Giving O'Reilly Undue Credit

Seems that prosecutors in Spain have decided against going after 6 Bush administration officials.

Guess who's getting credit for this one?

Yep, Bill O'Reilly. Courtesy of the newly dug-out corner of the internet known as the "Fox Nation".

MADRID — Spanish prosecutors will recommend against opening an investigation into whether six Bush administration officials sanctioned torture against terror suspects at Guantanamo Bay, the country's attorney general said Thursday.

Candido Conde-Pumpido said the case against the high-ranking U.S. officials — including former U.S. Attorney-General Alberto Gonzales — was without merit because the men were not present when the torture took place.

"If one is dealing with a crime of mistreatment of prisoners of war, the complaint should go against those who physically carried it out," Conde-Pumpido said in a breakfast meeting with journalists. He said a trial of the men would turn Spain's National Court "into a plaything."

Prosecutors at Spain's National Court have not formally announced their decision in the case, but Conde-Pumpido is the country's top law-enforcement official in the country and has the ultimate say.

A Spanish investigative judge is not bound to accept the prosecutor's ruling, but it is highly unusual for a case to proceed without the support of prosecutors.


Strange, I didn't see O'Reilly's name mentioned in the article.

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