In a May 8 broadcast, Former district court judge Andrew Napolitano, now a Fox News commentator, comments on a New York Times article about the Bush Administration authorizing torture. Napolitano agrees that, if the NY Times article is accurate, then Bush “committed a felony for each act of torture he authorized and which was carried out.”

“We’re a country of laws and not of men. And when people break the law, no matter what their motivation is, they should be prosecuted. Would a jury take into account the motivation? Of course it would. But is the motivation a defense to law breaking? It is not.”

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One Response to “Fox News Andrew Napolitano: Bush May Be a Felon”

  1. To scapegoat or not to scapegoat is the question of prosecution.

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