George W. Bush Does Not Repent Waterboarding 9/11 MastermindJune 4th, 2010 - 7:57 pm ICT by GD
By Madhuri Dey
Rapid Fire, Michigan, June 4, (THAINDIAN NEWS) In a recent confession that has sparked controversies all over the country, former President of the United States, George W. Bush, has declared that he had, indeed, water-boarded the mastermind of the 9/11 attacks on the United States, Khalid Sheikh Mohammad.
He made the confession of using the hated interrogation technique on the suspect during a conference at the Grand Rapids in Michigan on Wednesday. In fact, he also went on to say that he did not regret using the technique, and that he would not refrain from doing it all over again, if the need arises. He also went on to say that he had applied the technique solely to ensure that no more lives are lost.
George W. Bush further went on to defend the moves that he had taken while he was the President regarding Iraq. The fact that the United States had ousted Saddam Hussein from his seat had been widely criticized all over the world. However, the former President said that it had been an essential move on the part of the Americans, and that he firmly believes that ousting Saddam Hussein has done the world a whole lot of good.
Moreover, the former President also went on to say that he would not be caught criticizing the policies adopted by the present President, Barack Obama, saying that he would not be making any disparaging comments about him. His lack of regret over using the waterboarding technique on the political prisoner has given rise to a huge controversy, with critics commenting that he fails to realize the irrevocable harm he has caused to the nation by adopting the technique and not admitting it to be a mistake.
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