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Terry Lodge is an attorney in Toledo, Ohio, specializing in employment and environmental law. An activist for many years, he has contributed to several antinuclear lawsuits, including Divine Strake in Nevada in 2007 and the MOX case in Michigan in 1999, protesting the transfer of radioactive waste. He is also contributing to ethical complaints against medical personnel at Guantanamo Bay.
Monday, February 9, 2009(3 comments)
THAT'S BRIBERY, GENTS
Last week, President Obama's new Attorney-General, Eric H. Holder, assured senior Republican senators who were withholding their support for his nomination that he is not likely to prosecute CIA officers or political appointees who were involved in the Bush administration's policies allowing torture and violations of the Geneva Conventions and U.S. federal law. The resulting actions are a violation of federal law.