MADRID (AP) — With a voice so faint and hoarse it sounded like a whisper, an elderly Spanish woman dressed in black gave Spain's court system on Wed...
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"Any person who leads a terrorist organization like al Qaeda is obviously a target," Spanish judge Baltasar Garzón said. "Under the rule of law, justice should be sought by legal means.
The bizarre exile of Judge Garzon suddenly places the country, which has been exemplary in its emergence from its forty-year dictatorship, on the wrong side of history.
It was Condoleezza Rice who verbally approved the CIA's request to subject the first alleged al-Qaeda terrorist to waterboarding in July 2002.
Judge Baltasar Garzón is pressing ahead with a case against six senior Bush administration lawyers for implementing torture at Guantánamo.
MADRID — A Spanish judge opened a probe into the Bush administration over alleged torture of terror suspects at Guantanamo Bay, pressing ahead W...
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