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War Crimes: To Bad The Thoughts Were Telegraphed Outloud


By jimstaro - Posted on 20 November 2010

And it's is too bad this came from a Brit, bush is so arrogant and lacking in intelligence he would have thought England was a safe bet, he still thinks he's a great leader of the free world, to visit and add to his wealth. But it was the thoughts of millions around this planet, especially the International Lawyers who have been building cases now for years. There's enough, even though not a criminal inquiry nor about the U.S., in the Chilcot Iraq War Inquiry alone and still ongoing to hang that whole administration and anyone around them! Not to mention the other inquiries, Dutch etc., as well as the tons of evidence that have come out these years! Perp walks alone would have started the cleansing of what they did to the World community and minimized the blowback!

 

Bush warned to keep book tour domestic

 

Nov. 19 2010 - Boris Johnson, the mayor of London, England, has said that former President George Bush is at genuine risk of being arrested for war crimes if he makes any book tour stops in Europe. Prof. Jonathan Turley discusses.

 

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