I answered that earlier when I said:
"Most of 'em are over at MacTech . Then there's President Obama and Maj Gen Taguba referred to in the article,... and a few Americans I know personally making about 11 in all with only one in favour of prosecution."
As I pointed out in my last post:
"that information concerned support from the President downwards for suppression of the evidence and non-prosecution of the crimes by necessary implication."
To me, that's like saying most of the British are happy with Gordon Brown's tenure as prime minister and then offering no proof to back my claim.
That's not an exact analogy, of course. If 10 out of 11 Brits in your circle indicated that they were happy with Brown I wouldn't accept a statement that "most Brits are happy with Gordon Brown" but I would accept a qualified statement "on the information availablle to me at the moment..." backed up by links and articles in support and no convincing evidence to contradict it.