The top Pentagon prosecutor in President George W. Bush’s troubled “war on terror” is leaving is post immediately. Sources say she is “fed up” with the administration’s continued attempts to ignore the law and the tenants of the Geneva Convention in his abuse of prisoners at the Guantanamo Bay
prison in Cuba.
Col. Morris D. Davis, a highly respected Air Force prosecutor, is leaving his position immediately.
Pentagon insiders say Davis’ abrupt departure is another example of the internal discord that Bush’s bungled war on terror has brought to the military.