Declaration of Jury of Conscience

a. against, a. we, abdul aziz al hakim, abdul qader mohammed jassem mohan, abu ghraib, adam ingram, additional protocols, african charter, ahmed chalabi, ahmet ozturk, air marshal brian burridge, air vice, al jazeera television, al qaeda, also geneva convention, american convention, armed forces, arundhati roy, b. against, bacteriological methods, baghdad radio, bok kim, british petroleum, c. against, camp bucca, civil rights, coalition provisional authority, condoleezza rice, conscience  the, constituent assembly, convention against torture, crime, crimes, crimes against humanity, cultural rights, d. against, d. but, degrading treatment, dick cheney, donald h. rumsfeld, douglas feith, downing street memo, e. against, european convention, eve ensler, f. against, fox news, fundamental freedoms, general assembly, general treaty, geneva conventions, geoffrey hoon, george casey, george w. bush, global sessions, guantanamo bay, hague convention, hague conventions, human, human rights, i. international, i. iraq war, i. the, illegal, image gallery, international, international convention, international convention against, international covenant, international criminal court, international humanitarian law, international law, international law commission, invasion, iraq, iraq war, iraqi, istanbul culminating session, iyad allawi, jack straw, john kiszely, john p. abizaid, john r. vines, john reid, jose manuel durao barroso, judith miller, jury statement, justice department, kentucky fried chicken, l. paul bremer, legal, legal analysis, legal counsel, major corporate media, marshal glenn torpy, middle east, mike jackson, military, n. this, new york, new york times, nuremberg crimes, nuremberg judgment, nuremberg principles, nuremberg principles recognized, occupation, other cruel, paul wolfowitz, peter wall, phillip morris, political rights, press kit, press releases, prime minister, private corporations, protocol additional, rear admiral david snelson, ricardo s. sanchez, richard myers, richard perle, rome statute, saddam hussein, security council, site map, south korea, subjecting iraqi, take action, that coalition, thomas metz, titan corporation, tommy franks, tony blair, united, united kingdom, united nations, united nations charter, united states, v. the, war, washington consensus, washington post, white house, world, world bank, world tribunal, wti