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Tenth Anniversary of the invasion of Iraq: An international tribunal must be finally set up to try the Bush Regime PDF Print E-mail
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Posted by Joan Russow
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Tenth Anniversary of the invasion of Iraq: An international tribunal must be finally set up to try the Bush Regime

 

Thursday, 21 March 2013 08:10

by Joan Russow Global Compliance Research Project 

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Tenth Anniversary of the invasion of Iraq: An international tribunal set up by the UN General Assembly must finally  to try  the  Bush Regime

http://www.petitiononline.com/5t4r3e2w/petition.html

 
In Canada, on March 17,  2011 rather than arresting Bush as a war criminal, the police arrested a citizen calling for Bush to be put on trial. John Boncore (Splitting the Sky)  who died recently attempted to arrest Bush in Vancouver; John was arrested  but Bush continues to jet set around the world on speaking tours

 

Over the years, the United States has supported the setting up, by the United Nations, of tribunals to judge leaders of other states. To avoid, the perception of Bias, the United Nations General Assembly must be prepared to invoke Article 22 of the Charter of the United Nations, to set up an International Tribunal to try the Bush Regime. No state or state leader is above the rule of international law, particularly those states justifying aggression on the grounds of self-defence, under Article 51 of the UN Charter, or of preventive/pre-emptive aggression.

 

The petition in English, French and Spanish follows:

ENGLISH PETITION TO THE UN GENERAL ASSEMBLY TO SET UP AN INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL TRIBUNAL TO TRY PRESIDENT GEORGE BUSH, VICE-PRESIDENT DICK CHENEY, FORMER SECRETARY OF DEFENSE DONALD RUMSFELD, SECRETARY OF STATE CONDOLEEZZA RICE, AND ATTORNEY GENERAL ALBERTO GONZALES

1. The U.N. General Assembly has the authority to set up such a tribunal by a majority vote as a “subsidiary organ” under U.N. Charter Article 22.
2. The United States has supported the U.N. Security Council setting up Tribunals against other state leaders, so as a matter of law it is unobjectionable.
3. The Bush Regime is guilty of Crimes Against Peace, as defined by the Nuremberg Charter (1945), the Nuremberg Judgment (1946), and the Nuremberg Principles (1950), and as codified by U.S. Army Field Manual 27-10 (1956) paragraph 498.
4. The purpose of the ICTU (International Criminal Tribunal against the United States under the Bush regime) would be to investigate and prosecute United States regime under George W. Bush for war crimes, crimes against humanity and against the Peoples of Iraq
5. The establishment of ICTU would provide some small degree of justice to the victims of U.S. war crimes, crimes against humanity and against the Peoples of Iraq
6. Furthermore, the establishment of ICTU by the U.N. General Assembly would serve as a deterrent effect upon U.S. leaders, and members of Congress as well as top generals that they will be prosecuted for further infliction of international crimes against Iraq, Afghanistan and other states.
7. Without such a deterrent, the U.S. administration along with the U.S. Congress, and their allies might be continue to be prepared to attack other states
[* Since the USA has refused to become a party to the Rome Statute for the International Criminal Court, this is the only effective legal redress the rest of the world has against US Officials.]
 

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