Six former Bush administration officials accused in a Spanish complaint of sanctioning the torture of terror suspects should come to Spain to face justice, a human rights lawyer urged Monday. If they are innocent they shouldn't be afraid, said Gonzalo Boye, one of the lawyers behind the complaint. The case against the American officials -- including former Attorney General Alberto Gonzales -- alleges the men gave legal cover to the torture of terrorism suspects at Guantanamo Bay.
Lawyer: Ex-U.S. Officials Must Face Torture Charges
The Associated Press
March 30, 2009