Controversial:Obama Advisors Feared a Coup if the Administration Prosecuted War Crimes

Roger Shuler daringly discusses Christopher Edley’s controversial allegations at his blog Legal Schnauzer.

Advisors for President-Elect Barack Obama feared the new administration would face a coup if it prosecuted Bush-era war crimes, according to a new report out this morning.

Christopher Edley Jr., law dean at the University of California and a high-ranking member of the Obama transition team, made the revelation during a 9/11 forum at his law school on September 2. Andrew Kreig, director of the D.C.-based Justice Integrity Project, reports that Edley’s comments were in response to questions from Susan Harman, a long-time California peace advocate.

Feel free to add, detract or call bull pucky in the comment section below.

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One Response to Controversial:Obama Advisors Feared a Coup if the Administration Prosecuted War Crimes

  1. Steve Hohensee says:

    So . . . let me get this straight . . . . if you’re afraid to prosecute war criminals, that means you just switch sides and join the party?

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