阿修羅掲示板の投稿の中でこれはと思ったものを転載します。


by wayakucha

カテゴリ:ラムズフェルド( 1 )

ラムズフェルド、パリへの小旅行にとんでもない邪魔が
http://www.asyura2.com/07/war97/msg/492.html
投稿者 千早@オーストラリア 日時 2007 年 10 月 28 日 01:58:06: PzFaFdozock6I


「外交」(Foreign Policy)という雑誌の招きでパリを訪れていたラムズフェルドは、国際的な人権グループ(複数で連携してやっている)から、彼らがイラク戦争を始めたラムズフェルドを拷問の罪でフランスの裁判所に訴えた、と告げられたそうです。

グループのひとつであるアメリカの“憲法に保証された人権擁護センター(Center for Constitutional Rights http://ccrjustice.org/ )”代表のマイケル・ラトナーに依ると、彼らはラムズフェルドをどこかで起訴してやろうとずっと活動してきて、もう3年になると。そしてとうとう4日前に彼がフランスに行くという極秘情報をつかんだ!!

お連れをたった一人従えて朝食会へと向かうラミーを、20人ほどの活動家や法律家の一団がバナーを掲げ「人殺し!」などと叫びつつ騒々しく出向かえたそうです。(^^;)

前国防長官はこれに対し、あらかじめ予定されていた言葉を残し、そそくさと米大使館へと消えた模様。

ラトナーに依れば、フランスは国際法に則ってラムズフェルドを拷問の罪で起訴する法的義務があるのだと。

「拷問した者が自国の領土内に入ったら、その者を起訴するか、彼が起訴される場所へ返さなければいけない」のだそうです。

しかし、もし仏大統領サルコジがモサドのスパイだったならば↓

既出かな? サルコジはモサドのスパイか?(仏紙、ル・フィガロが伝える)
http://www.asyura2.com/07/war97/msg/470.html
投稿者 バルセロナより愛を込めて 日時 2007 年 10 月 27 日 16:59:23

果たして??ですが
(かつてベルギーに圧力をかけたラミー、今度は本人ですし)
米議会もブッシュも(って、彼と同罪だが)ラミーの罪は見て見ぬ振りだから、国外に出た彼を捉えた。これはひとまず快挙といえるでしょう。
#やっぱり問題は、その結果だが。

原文記事↓

Rumsfeld hit with torture lawsuit while visiting Paris
Jason Rhyne
Published: Friday October 26, 2007
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http://rawstory.com/news/2007/Rumsfeld_hit_with_torture_complaint_while_1026.html

Former US Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld's jaunt to France was interrupted today by an unscheduled itinerary item -- he was slapped with a criminal complaint charging him with torture.

Rumsfeld, in Paris for a discussion sponsored by the magazine Foreign Policy, was tracked down by representatives of a coalition of international human rights groups, who informed the architect of the US invasion of Iraq that they had submitted a torture suit against him in French court.

The filed documents allege that during his tenure, the former defense secretary "ordered and authorized" torture of detainees at both the American-run Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq and the US military's detainment facility at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.

The head of one of the groups responsible for bringing the charges, the US-based Center for Constitutional Rights, told RAW STORY today by phone that the suit was a long time coming.

"We've been working on cornering Rumsfeld and getting him indicted somewhere going on three years now," said the Center's president, Michael Ratner. "Four days ago, we got confidential information he was going to be in France."

Joined by activists, attorneys for the human rights groups caught up with Rumsfeld on his way to a breakfast meeting. "He was walking down the street with just one person," said Ratner.

"Around 20 campaigners gave Rumsfeld a rowdy welcome...yelling 'murderer,' waving a banner and trying to push into the building," reports AFP.

Ratner, who wasn't personally at the scene, says his sources told him that the former defense secretary made some pre-scheduled remarks at the meeting before ducking through a door leading to the US Embassy.

According to Ratner, France has a legal responsibility under international law to prosecute Rumsfeld for torture abuses.

"If a torturer comes into your territory," he said, "there's an obligation to either prosecute the person or return him to a place where he will be prosecuted."

The rights groups notably cite three memorandums signed by the defense secretary between October 2002 and April 2003 "legimitizing the use of torture" including the "hooding" of detainees, sleep deprivation and the use of dogs.

Although his group has been a part of previous attempts to bring charges against Rumsfeld, including two former tries in Germany, Ratner believes French court has the highest chance of success.

"There are Guantananamo detainees who were tortured that are living in France," he said. "It gives French courts another reason to prosecute."

Ratner says Europe is "getting very hot for Rumsfeld," and suggests a French court could at least issue its version of a subpoena.

"We hope that this case will move forward," he said, "especially as the US says it can continue to torture people."

Other groups involved in the complaint include the International Federation of Human Rights, the French League for Human Rights and Germany's European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights.

More details about the lawsuit are available at the website of the Center for Constitutional Rights.

(with wire reports)
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by wayakucha | 2007-10-28 16:21 | ラムズフェルド