Human rights groups have vowed to track George W Bush round the world after their success in forcing him to cancel a trip to Switzerland amid concerns over protests and a threatened arrest warrant.
Katherine Gallagher, a lawyer with the New York-based Centre for Constitutional Rights, said: "The reach of the convention against torture is wide. This case is prepared and will be waiting for him wherever he travels next.(1)
As a side note, how much of a stir could WikiLeaks really cause when an ex-president brags about torture and few people blink an eye in the United States ? We don't have the capacity to be shocked anymore. Just order up some greasy burgers and apathy/cynicism about the human condition.
1'George Bush issued travel warning by human rights organisations' - UK Guardian