Scott Horton from The Daily Beast reports that Spanish prosecutors will seek criminal charges against Alberto Gonzales and five high-ranking Bush administration officials for the sanctioning of torture at GuantĂˇnamo Bay, with the public announcement expected on Tuesday in Madrid: The Raw Story Report: Bush officials to be indicted for sanctioning torture The six defendantsâ€”in addition to Gonzales, Federal Appeals Court Judge and former Assistant Attorney General Jay Bybee, University of California law professor and former Deputy Assistant Attorney General John Yoo, former Defense Department general counsel and current Chevron lawyer William J. Haynes II, Vice President Cheneyâ€™s former chief of staff David Addington, and former Undersecretary of Defense Douglas J. Feithâ€”are accused of having given the green light to the torture and mistreatment of prisoners held in U.S. detention in â€śthe war on terror.â€ť The case arises in the context of a pending proceeding before the court involving terrorism charges against five Spaniards formerly held at GuantĂˇnamo. A group of human-rights lawyers originally filed a criminal complaint asking the court to look at the possibility of charges against the six American lawyers. Baltasar GarzĂłn Real, the investigating judge, accepted the complaint and referred it to Spanish prosecutors for a view as to whether they would accept the case and press it forward. â€śThe evidence provided was more than sufficient to justify a more comprehensive investigation,â€ť one of the lawyers associated with the prosecution stated. Question for the board: If this all starts rolling, do we investigate...or let the Spanish courts take over our system?