George Clooney is a free man, and also a talkative one, as the Oscar winner appeared on Fox News Sunday yesterday just two days after he was arrested outside the Sudanese Embassy in D.C.
Clooney came out and accused that nation's president, Omar al-Bashir, of "bombing indiscriminate, innocent civilians with Antonov planes" and added:
"They kill people, but more than that, they're keeping them hiding in the rocks, in the caves, so that they can't farm, and they miss their planting season this year. This is the oldest society in the world, if you read the Bible. These people have been there forever, and now they're not going to be able to feed themselves coming up in the next few months."
The star speaks from first-hand experience and says he has no regrets over Friday's arrest.
"I grew up in a family that believed that your job was to be involved with your fellow man. You have a responsibility to participate in the human condition, one way or another."