Just two days after former president George W. Bush canceled a trip to Switzerland, citing the threat of protests and prosecution of torture allegations, human-rights groups say they’ll try to reproduce the feat elsewhere. The Center for Constitutional Rights published a report Monday accusing Bush of torture and calling for him to be prosecuted. Based on new admissions in his autobiography Decision Points, the report would form the basis for future warrants and could make future travel difficult for him. Human-rights advocates say he admitted ordering torture when he said that he’d approved water boarding. While the move might not ground Bush at home, it could complicate his plans, forcing him to gain assurances ahead of traveling that he won’t be arrested in destination countries.