Cheney's strategy to avoid prosecution for war crimes is to link activities for torture policies to George W. Bush. The author makes a good case for thinking that Cheney was more upset with Bush failing to pardon him than with his failure to pardon Libby. Cheney is now closely linking Bush to the "enhanced interrogation techniques," saying that "this was a presidential-level decision. And the decision went to the President. He signed off on it."
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