Kudos to BBC. I love it when a simple image calls into question the truth and credibility of the words disengenuously offered as foreign policy and justification for illegal war, detension, and murder.
In a major foreign policy speech, Ms Rice said the US had no desire to be the world's jailer, referring to the detention of inmates at Guantanamo Bay.
She said the cause of advancing freedom was the greatest hope for peace today.
Her comments came during a visit to the UK city of Blackburn. The tour has sparked anti-war protests.
"President Bush has stated unequivocally, as have I, that the United States is a nation of laws and we do not tolerate any American at home or abroad engaging in acts of torture," Ms Rice said.
"We also have no desire to be the world's jailer. We want the terrorists we capture to stand trial for their crimes," she said.