By now everyone has read the NY Times piece in which we are informed that the same Spanish judge who put out the warrant for Pinochet is looking into the possibility of bringing charges against six Bush administration officials. Go read the whole thing, but this part made me laugh:
Mr. Feith, who was the top policy official at the Pentagon when the prison at Guantánamo was established, said he did not make the decision on interrogation methods and was baffled by the allegations. “I didn’t even argue for the thing I understand they’re objecting to,” he said.
I believe that the last eight years the response to that would be: “If you haven’t done anything wrong, you don’t have anything to hide.”
Amirite, Mr. Feith?