<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>Obama can review ALL and reveal what he deems necessary...<p><hr></blockquote><p>The thing is when you start talking about the suppression of evidence on alleged grounds of national security it's just that - evidence. What constitutes national security should be open to judicial review along the lines that it can't assist national security because of the potential backlash to have the executive suppressing evidence of murder overseas. Irrespective of that however and whether any more information is released Bugliosi was saying that there is enough evidence already on record to mount a prosecution the first stage of which should obviously be a police investigation. Someone needs to require the police to investigate Dubya either now or when he leaves office with a view to prosecution and then if necessary challenge any refusal by judicial review.<br><br>km<br><br>
Agreed... but I think it'll be easier later (after he's out) IF they choose to do so.<br>Not likely with Obama trying to pull people together... I think it's a toss up.. <br><br>those who'd be POed if we prosecute Bush - will be POed no matter what.. POed Obama wins, POed the GOP lost power, POed someone more liberal that Atilla is running the country.... no one will ever win them..<br><br>I say forget them, and do what's Right !<br><br>David (OFI)
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