In the ditches, caves, and mass graves
That's where the Bush gulag bodies are, Lambert. Ashes to ashes, dust to dust. The ones not yet decomposed are resting, not in peace, somewhere Cheney probably could show you.
As early as 2005 we knew the George W. Bush regime was running a gulag, and we knew not everybody in DC including Sen. Richard Lugar thought that was the greatest idea since sliced white bread and peanut butter. Human Rights Watch had the goods on at least one of the Ghost Air planes by November '05; as Lambert points out in his stickied (and comment-proofed) repost above today, there were 26 air planes in that operation. That's a whole bunch of transport. By April of that year 108 deaths were known at Guantanamo, and the world press -- NOT THE US PRESS, NOTE -- was reporting that the US authorities were refusing to prosecute at least 17 murders by US troops in Afghanistan and Iraq, even though the Army's own equivalent of district attorneys urged such action.
During about the last six months of the Bush administration, sources such as Chris Floyd began revealing that the War on Terror hadn't just failed, but would keep failing as long as dishonesty reigned over conducting so flawed and ambiguous and un-American a campaign.
Make no mistake. The bodies are out there somewhere. But it's highly unlikely they remain recognizable as bodies. Remember all those "mass graves" that kept turning up in Iraq? Maybe there's more there than met the eye at first glance.