Panel investigates possible U.S. war crimes
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03/18/09 Seán Kinane
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A group of law professors and human rights experts is preparing a complaint they will give to the Department of Justice in the hopes of prosecuting more than 30 members of George W. Bush's administration for war crimes, including torture.

Larry Velvel is dean of the Massachusetts School of Law at Andover. Velvel is chair of the Steering Committee of the Justice Robert H. Jackson Conference on Planning for the Prosecution of High Level American War Criminals.

WMNF will air the second part of this interview later this week on the Evening News, where Dean Velvel discusses what he calls the Bush administration's "attempted Constitutional revolution."

Justice Robert H. Jackson Conference on Planning for the Prosecution of High Level American War Criminals, or the Robert Jackson Steering Committee

Massachusetts School of Law at Andover

Dean Lawrence Velvel

Velvel on National Affairs blog

After Downing Street.org

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