Amnesty International, one of the leading organizations defending human rights, issued a request to three African countries to fit the former U.S. president,, during his next visit. The group wants him tried for alleged crimes and torture.The request was made in view of Bush's trip to Zambia on Thursday. The former president should follow in a series of health promotion programs by the 5th of December, also visiting Tanzania and Ethiopia.In a statement, Amnesty International says it has evidence of public domain to indicate violations of U.S. officials, including Bush himself. With this, they expect that countries that are in the travel arrangements of the former president to open investigations with the guaranteed presence of the accused.In October, Amnesty International also spoke before a Bush trip to Canada for a conference. That's when the country was made contrary to the proposal and pointed out the group as having gone through a failure of moral and politicization.On the other hand, in February, former U.S. president ended up leaving to travel to Switzerland after the organization to act similarly.Bush is appointed as principal of "torture methods" in the United States, while chanting the slogan "war against terrorism" in the 2000s.