Antiwar Radio: Scott Horton

The Other Scott Horton (no relation), heroic international human rights lawyer, journalist for Harper’s magazine and steadfast opponent of torture, discusses the new Department of Justice Inspector General report revealing the “War Crimes File” kept by FBI agents stationed at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, the dropping of the charges against alleged “20th hijacker” Mohammed al Qatani, a military judge’s recent dismissal of one of the members of the prosecution team after he pushed to have the “sexiest” cases timed to go to “trial” during the presidential election season, the coverup of the war crimes file by DoJ higherups, likely Alice Fischer and Michael Chertoff (now the head of the DHS), the participation of the very highest authorities in the Bush administration, the torture of Abu Zubaydah, John Yoo and Doug Feith’s war against the Geneva conventions, the convergence of America and China’s criminal justice systems, the CIA “ghost prisons,” Iraqi and Afghan jails and renditions to Ethiopia, Morocco, Jordan, Thailand, etc. and the holes in the various recent bans on torture.