For the last few years, we’ve wondered openly about why there hasn’t been a bigger outcry over UC Berkeley employing the architect of the Bush regime’s torture program. After all, the United States likely could not have tortured prisoners — or conducted warrantless wiretaps, for that matter — if it had not been for Boalt Law School professor John Yoo. Yet Yoo had somehow escaped the wrath of a massive protest, as activists instead chose to seriously misplace their anger and shut down the City of Berkeley over of a military recruiting station. But on Monday, some of those very same protest groups that made national headlines in Berkeley last year finally turned their focus squarely on Yoo. It’s about time.