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In explaining the Yoo Doctrine, John C. Yoo made the following statements during a December 1, 2005, debate in Chicago, Illinois, with Notre Dame Law School Professor Doug Cassel: Cassel: If the President deems that he’s got to torture somebody, including by crushing the testicles of the person’s child, there is no law that can stop him?

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Cutting Off Arms and Crushing Children's Testicles

Cutting Off Arms and Crushing Children's Testicles

The below excerpt is from a debate between Prof. John Yoo and Prof. Doug Cassel on December 1, 2005 in Chicago: Prof. Doug Cassel: If the President deems that he's got to torture somebody, including by crushing the testicles of the person's child, there is no law that can stop him? Prof. John Yoo: No treaty. Cassel: And also no law by Congress.

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John Yoo and the Torture of Children REVCOM.US

John Yoo and the Torture of Children REVCOM.US

John Yoo, a key architect for post 9/11 legal policy of the Bush Adminstration, has continued to advocate White House policies on torture, wiretapping and unlimited presidential powers. Listen here to John Yoo's specific response to a question about torture of children.

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John Yoo Criticizes Liberals for Caring More About Torture

John Yoo Criticizes Liberals for Caring More About Torture

Apr 03, 2013 John Yoo Criticizes Liberals for Caring More About Torture Than Diversity. The man who helped institutionalize torture argues it's hypocritical to oppose the promotion of a …

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Under U.S. Law Torture is Always Illegal CounterPunch.org

Under U.S. Law Torture is Always Illegal CounterPunch.org

May 06, 2008 In a debate with Notre Dame Professor Doug Cassell, Yoo said there is no treaty that prohibits the President from torturing someone by crushing the testicles of the person’s child. In Yoo…

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Architect of Torture The Village Voice

Architect of Torture The Village Voice

Jul 03, 2007 In the December debate with Cassel, Yoo was asked: “If the president deems that he’s got to torture somebody, including by crushing the testicles of the person’s child, there is no law that ...

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Bush Advisor Says President Has Legal Power to Torture

Bush Advisor Says President Has Legal Power to Torture

Jan 01, 2006 01/08/06 revcom.us -- -- John Yoo publicly argued there is no law that could prevent the President from ordering the torture of a child of a suspect in custody – including by crushing that child’s testicles.

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He Wrote the Book on Torture The American Conservative

He Wrote the Book on Torture The American Conservative

Oct 09, 2006 He Wrote the Book on Torture. George W. Bush has made absolutism respectable among American conservatives. And no one has done more pimping for president-as-Supreme-Leader than John Yoo, the ...

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Follow the Leader In Defense of John Yoo

Follow the Leader In Defense of John Yoo

Apr 08, 2008 John Yoo served at the pleasure of George W. Bush: the President of the United States, the Commander-in-Chief of our armed forces, and the Chief Executive of our Republic. John Yoo wrote those memos at the request and direction of the White House and the Pentagon. Even Comrade Horton himself makes this crystal clear:

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Yoo Too President Obama Crooks and Liars

Yoo Too President Obama Crooks and Liars

Feb 08, 2013 Back in December 2005, John Yoo was asked if any law or treaty could prevent the President of the United States from torturing someone, including by crushing the testicles of the person's child. Yoo, then head of President Bush's Office of Legal Counsel at the Department of Justice, responded, I think it depends on why the president thinks he needs to do that.

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Why do people on the other side seem so unreasonable

Why do people on the other side seem so unreasonable

Aug 09, 2015 First, he changed the question from “crushing the testicles of the person’s child” (which Yoo refused to say the government couldn’t do) “zap[ping] the genitals of some terrorist ...

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Accused Terrorist Jose Padilla Sues Law Professor John Yoo

Accused Terrorist Jose Padilla Sues Law Professor John Yoo

Jan 06, 2008 In a curious lawsuit, accused terrorist Jose Padilla has sued Law Professor John Yoo. Yoo is the supposedly one of the authors of several memos supporting President Bush's enemy combatant policy and has been linked to the abuse that resulted from that policy. Yoo and Georgetown Professor Viet Dinh have been criticized for their roles…

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No Soup For Yoo Our Right to Refuse Service to the

No Soup For Yoo Our Right to Refuse Service to the

Nov 16, 2008 Yoo expanded on this theory when questioned about it by the director of Notre Dame's Center for Civil and Human Rights, law school professor Doug Cassel. If the president's right to torture was so absolute, Cassel asked, could no law stop him from 'crushing the testicles of the person's child'? Yoo responded, 'No treaty.'

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John Yoo Crushes The Testicles Of Logic Above the Law

John Yoo Crushes The Testicles Of Logic Above the Law

John Yoo (Photo by Ed Ritger via Wikimedia) Stick with the Unitary Executive Theory and you’ll go far in this life! There’s no pit of professional shame you won’t be able to dig yourself out ...

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John Yoo on torture Rectal violation is not allowed

John Yoo on torture Rectal violation is not allowed

John Yoo on torture: Rectal violation is not allowed, crushing a child's testicles is no problem Jon Perr Community (This content is not subject to review by Daily Kos staff prior to publication.)

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Fire John Yoo. The torture architect has made Berkeley

Fire John Yoo. The torture architect has made Berkeley

John Yoo has spent his career making a mockery o f American justice and the rule of law. He has asserted that torture is legal, that mass surveillance of American citizens on American soil without a warrant was justified, and he is a proponent of the Unitary Executive Theory which essentially makes the president a dictator during times of war.

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Yoo President can order child amp 39 s testicles crushed

Yoo President can order child amp 39 s testicles crushed

From among John Yoo's greatest hits: Cassel: If the president deems that he's got to torture somebody, including by crushing the testicles of the person's child, there is no law that can stop him ...

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My Debate With John Yoo Who Misunderstands the

My Debate With John Yoo Who Misunderstands the

Dec 07, 2011 John Yoo is the Bush-administration lawyer best known for his expansive view of what the president is empowered to do in wartime (he thinks, for example, that crushing the testicles …

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A modest proposal stolen from John Yoo Democratic

A modest proposal stolen from John Yoo Democratic

The handles are apt to become slick with blood and testicle-pulp, making slippage inevitable. For this reason, I have spent the two years since Yoo's comments devising a purpose-built testicle crusher, specifically designed to crush the testicles of the children of our enemies.

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John Yoo's Neoconstitution Cato at Liberty Blog

John Yoo's Neoconstitution Cato at Liberty Blog

Apr 09, 2008 I've read through most of the John Yoo torture memo released last week (Part 1, Part 2 [.pdfs]).As I'd gathered from the news reports, there's not much new here: the …

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John Yoo's Dilemma Antiwar.com Original

John Yoo's Dilemma Antiwar.com Original

Apr 15, 2008 John Yoo, a law professor at the University of California, Berkeley, faces a dilemma.You might recall that he was one of the most controversial lawyers in the Bush administration’s early years. Yoo was the deputy assistant attorney general in the Office of Legal Counsel at the U.S. Department of Justice from 2001 to 2003.

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