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Should GWB tried for Treason?

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Anarchist420

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He wanted the terrorist attacks of 9/11/01 to happen, so I don't see why he shouldn't be a slave to his victims. The families of the people murdered in the 9/11 terrorist attacks should set up their own tribunal against him and then decide to make him their slave. He never could've done what he did in a free society.


Uhhhh, I think someone posted something like this before, so I'm calling repost. I'd prefer to use "wtf is this?" as the reason, but that's not on the list. -Admin DrPizza
 
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Ketchup

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He wanted the terrorist attacks of 9/11/01 to happen, so I don't see why he shouldn't be a slave to his victims. The families of the people murdered in the 9/11 terrorist attacks should set up their own tribunal against him and then decide to make him their slave. He never could've done what he did in a free society.
Congratulations, you have officially gone nuts, unless you are just trolling. Probably just the latter, but still.
 

Leymenaide

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GWB should be tried for crimes against humanity.
International Criminal Court complaint filed against Bush, Cheney, Rumsfeld, Tenet, Rice and Gonzales

Request for international arrest warrants

6 February 2010
A leading US professor of law has filed a complaint with the International Criminal Court prosecutor against former US President George W. Bush and a number of his senior lieutenants alleging crimes against humanity for their policy and practice of “extraordinary rendition” and requesting that the ICC prosecutor obtain international arrest warrants against Mr Bush and his co-accused.

Professor Francis A. Boyle of the University of Illinois College of Law in Champaign, USA, has filed a complaint with the prosecutor for the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague against US citizens George W. Bush, Richard Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld, George Tenet, Condoleezza Rice and Alberto Gonzales (the “Accused”) for their criminal policy and practice of “extraordinary rendition” perpetrated upon about 100 human beings.

“Extraordinary rendition” is a euphemism for the enforced disappearance of persons and their consequent torture. This criminal policy and practice by the Accused constitutes crimes against humanity in violation of the Rome Statute establishing the ICC.

The United States is not a party to the Rome Statute. Nevertheless, the Accused have ordered and been responsible for the commission of actions considered as crimes under the ICC statute within the respective territories of many ICC member states, including several in Europe. Consequently, the ICC has jurisdiction to prosecute the Accused for their ICC statutory crimes under Rome Statute Article 12(2)(a) that affords the ICC jurisdiction to prosecute for ICC statutory crimes committed in ICC member states.

The complaint requests:
  1. That the ICC prosecutor open an investigation of the Accused on his own accord under Rome Statute article 15(1); and
  2. That the ICC Prosecutor also formally “submit to the [ICC] Pre-Trial Chamber a request for authorization of an investigation” of the Accused under Rome Statute Article 15(3).
For similar reasons, the highest level officials of the Obama administration risk the filing of a follow-up complaint with the ICC if they do not immediately terminate the Accused’s criminal policy and practice of “extraordinary rendition, which the Obama administration has continued to implement.

The complaint concludes with a request that the ICC prosecutor obtain international arrest warrants for the Accused from the ICC in accordance with Rome Statute articles 58(1)(a), 58(1)(b)(i), 58(1)(b)(ii), and 58(1)(b)(iii).

Please contacting the ICC prosecutor by letter, fax or email – contact details below – to demonstrate your support for this complaint.

The Honourable Luis Moreno-Ocampo
Office of the Prosecutor
International Criminal Court
Post Office Box 19519
2500 CM, The Hague
The Netherlands
Fax No.: 31-70-515-8555
 

ichy

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Professor Francis A. Boyle of the University of Illinois College of Law in Champaign, USA, has filed a complaint with the prosecutor for the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague against US citizens George W. Bush, Richard Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld, George Tenet, Condoleezza Rice and Alberto Gonzales (the “Accused”) for their criminal policy and practice of “extraordinary rendition” perpetrated upon about 100 human beings.
Somebody call a waaaahmbulance for that sniveling piece of shit. It's easy for some loathsome law professor who's probably never held a real job to criticize people who have to live in the real world.
 

monovillage

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International Criminal Court complaint filed against Bush, Cheney, Rumsfeld, Tenet, Rice and Gonzales

Request for international arrest warrants

6 February 2010
A leading US professor of law has filed a complaint with the International Criminal Court prosecutor against former US President George W. Bush and a number of his senior lieutenants alleging crimes against humanity for their policy and practice of “extraordinary rendition” and requesting that the ICC prosecutor obtain international arrest warrants against Mr Bush and his co-accused.

Professor Francis A. Boyle of the University of Illinois College of Law in Champaign, USA, has filed a complaint with the prosecutor for the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague against US citizens George W. Bush, Richard Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld, George Tenet, Condoleezza Rice and Alberto Gonzales (the “Accused”) for their criminal policy and practice of “extraordinary rendition” perpetrated upon about 100 human beings.

“Extraordinary rendition” is a euphemism for the enforced disappearance of persons and their consequent torture. This criminal policy and practice by the Accused constitutes crimes against humanity in violation of the Rome Statute establishing the ICC.

The United States is not a party to the Rome Statute. Nevertheless, the Accused have ordered and been responsible for the commission of actions considered as crimes under the ICC statute within the respective territories of many ICC member states, including several in Europe. Consequently, the ICC has jurisdiction to prosecute the Accused for their ICC statutory crimes under Rome Statute Article 12(2)(a) that affords the ICC jurisdiction to prosecute for ICC statutory crimes committed in ICC member states.

The complaint requests:
  1. That the ICC prosecutor open an investigation of the Accused on his own accord under Rome Statute article 15(1); and
  2. That the ICC Prosecutor also formally “submit to the [ICC] Pre-Trial Chamber a request for authorization of an investigation” of the Accused under Rome Statute Article 15(3).
For similar reasons, the highest level officials of the Obama administration risk the filing of a follow-up complaint with the ICC if they do not immediately terminate the Accused’s criminal policy and practice of “extraordinary rendition, which the Obama administration has continued to implement.

The complaint concludes with a request that the ICC prosecutor obtain international arrest warrants for the Accused from the ICC in accordance with Rome Statute articles 58(1)(a), 58(1)(b)(i), 58(1)(b)(ii), and 58(1)(b)(iii).

Please contacting the ICC prosecutor by letter, fax or email – contact details below – to demonstrate your support for this complaint.

The Honourable Luis Moreno-Ocampo
Office of the Prosecutor
International Criminal Court
Post Office Box 19519
2500 CM, The Hague
The Netherlands
Fax No.: 31-70-515-8555
Surrender monkeys
 

nehalem256

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If you really insist on trying a US President for treason, it would seem more sensible to try Obama for his policy of releasing Mexican insurgents.
 

Moonbeam

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He wanted the terrorist attacks of 9/11/01 to happen, so I don't see why he shouldn't be a slave to his victims. The families of the people murdered in the 9/11 terrorist attacks should set up their own tribunal against him and then decide to make him their slave. He never could've done what he did in a free society.
He never could have done what he did in a liberal society, one free of frightened cowardly brain defective and arrogant conservatives who, at the first blush of stress demand an Armageddon against the rest of the world and the oil oligarchs laughing their asses off pulling strings. We should put ourselves on trial and the five fucks that voted him into office. That asshole lost in Florida.
 

Capt Caveman

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He wanted the terrorist attacks of 9/11/01 to happen, so I don't see why he shouldn't be a slave to his victims. The families of the people murdered in the 9/11 terrorist attacks should set up their own tribunal against him and then decide to make him their slave. He never could've done what he did in a free society.
You should stop taking drugs, get a job and stop posting. Could you create more stupid threads?
 

blankslate

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False Flag Attack Hypothesis/Theory...

I've been interested in reading those books, but I'm more likely to treat them like alternate history fiction rather than a true crime story.
 

Ketchup

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He never could have done what he did in a liberal society, one free of frightened cowardly brain defective and arrogant conservatives who, at the first blush of stress demand an Armageddon against the rest of the world and the oil oligarchs laughing their asses off pulling strings. We should put ourselves on trial and the five fucks that voted him into office. That asshole lost in Florida.
Why stop with liberal? Let's just convert to communism and be done with it.
 

nehalem256

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We should put ourselves on trial and the five fucks that voted him into office. That asshole lost in Florida.
You know if the members of my party were to stupid to successfully vote... I would not keep bringing it up more than 10 years after the fact.
 
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