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Aclu Says Gonzales Memo Responsible For Abu Ghraib

“There are too many questions swirling around Mr. Gonzales’ role in developing the legal framework that may have led to the torture and abuse we all saw in those Abu Ghraib photographs (in Baghdad),” said ACLU Executive Director Anthony Romero in a statement.

Yes, no doubt Lynndie England said: “Well, lookee here, according to this memorandum from Mr. Gonzales over at the White House, we’re supposed to strip our prisoners nekkid and put dog leashes around their scrawny necks. Gosh darn, that ain’t my idea of a fun night out but when duty calls, what’s a girl gonna do? Hey, whose got the Polaroid?”

Hat tip: Mark Levin

Clifford D. MayClifford D. May is an American journalist and editor. He is the president of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, a conservative policy institute created shortly after the 9/11 attacks, ...

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