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10:30 am, October 13th, 2011 - 22 comments
Categories: accountability, afghanistan, crime, human rights, International, iraq, john key, leadership, military, national, war - Tags: amnesty international, george w bush
Perhaps Mr Key’s staff might like to explain to him what the implications of this development, in conjunction with the recent UN Report on NZ SAS rendering prisoners in Afghanistan and the housing of CIA operations at NZDF bases, might mean for the PM.
Amnesty International (London) has issued a call to Canadian authorities to arrest George W Bush for war crimes during his planned visit there later this month. The memorandum urges Canada to uphold its international treaty obligations to detain and prosecute war criminals, and alleges CIA staff tortured prisoners in their custody while Bush was their Commander in Chief.