In a landmark ruling on Wednesday, an Italian judge convicted a station chief and 22 other Americans accused of being C.I.A. agents of kidnapping in the 2003 abduction of a Muslim cleric from the streets of Milan.
So begins the latest news report from The New York Times. Of course, it's Bush's fault-
The case was widely seen as an implicit indictment of the measures the Bush administration relied on to fight terrorism.
Now, this is coming from a country that bungled the arrest, prosecution and imprisonment of the Achille Lauro hijackers. Priceless.
Let's see how this story unfolds.
Read the Times' story here.