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Justice deficit

September 30, 2013 16:16

Reuters / Gary Cameron

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United States Department of Justice requested that George W. Bush, Richard Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld, Colin Powell, Condoleezza Rice and Paul Wolfowitz be granted procedural immunity in a case alleging that they planned and waged the Iraq War in violation of international law. Does this imply they did breach the law? Why does Obama want to shield the ex-President from prosecution? And why aren't Bush & Co. held accountable for the Iraq disaster? CrossTalking with Inder Comar and Ed Krayewski.

Comments (11)


Carlos Gomez 05.10.2013 15:19

George Rizk,

I absolutely applaud your comment ! The younger people haven't a clue about the fact we now live under a police state and the moral character they continue to show definitely shows the American Voter, "We Still Need Our Change" we were promised ! The wild west routine these cowboy's represent needs to be disbanded immediately ! We need to strip D.C. of its power's and do thing's by the Constitution like they are supposed to. Also, the American People should stand up to the thug's we allowed to run this country into the ground nationally and globally ! We don't stand for this ideology !


Peter Wakeman 02.10.2013 07:55

Very interesting. Can you show me a country that has charged the present or past leader recently. In New Zealand The Prime Minister was in charge of department the did spying before it was legal on New Zealand citizen's. Why have the NZ Police not charged him with breaking the law? What happened to ..Kimdotcom?


charlie 01.10.2013 20:28

Oh dear it looks like the USA is going back to the wild west days again NO LAW AND NO ORDER just shoots outs to decide who is the boss!!! But in this case it's the new world order who run the show

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