Editor's Notes: I just posted and recommend watching Culture Project's "Blueprint for Accountability: Working The Dark Side." Combining live theater and journalism this program convenes a powerful panel for discourse on torture and the "War on Terror". MSNBC host Rachel Maddow launched Culture Project's "Blueprint for Accountability" series on May 31, 2009 'with a gripping evening on accountability and the U.S. policy of torture in the “War on Terror.” In this multi-media production fusing live theater and journalism, Maddow was joined by Pulitzer-Prize winning author Ron Suskind, Vince Warren of the Center for Constitutional Rights, and Lt. General Ricardo Sanchez, who commanded U.S. troops in Iraq during 2003-2004.' I found the comments by Lt. General Sanchez revealing and hopeful that the full scope of the betrayal and treasonous acts against principles of the US Constitution and International Law are realized by some. His proposal for a Truth Commission could be our best chance to get to the truth and reclaim our truly lost or misguided USA democracy and republic. Note his response when confronted on why he did not take more actions against the war crimes at the time they happened. There were personal issues and the fact of how those were treated who spoke out. Sanchez said they were "eliminated." Meanwhile, (also posted below) is an article on Obama still covering up the crimes of the past and present, punishing whistleblowers who have courageously revealed crimes against International Law and the US Constitution.