The case for Canadian prosecution of George W. Bush

The government has recently taken a very public position that Canada should not be a safe haven for alleged torturers and war criminals. To open its doors yet again to Mr. Bush sets a disturbing double standard.

Embassy Photo: Sam Garcia
George W. Bush steps off a plane and onto Canadian soil while he was still the American president in 2007.
Katherine Gallagher , Matt Eisenbrandt
Published: Thursday, 10/20/2011 12:00 am EDT

On Oct. 20, survivors who were tortured in US custody under the administration of former US president George W. Bush filed criminal charges against him in Surrey, BC where he came to speak at a business forum.

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