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Chilcot's inquiry and Tony Blair

katsung47

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when will it be Bush's turn?

The Iraq war inquiry has left the door open for Tony Blair to be prosecuted
Joshua Rozenberg


6 July 2016


Sir John Chilcot’s inquiry has not, in his words, “expressed a view on whether military action [in Iraq] was legal”. That question, he said, could be resolved only by a court. Still less does his report deal with the question of whether Tony Blair or others should face legal action.






https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2016/jul/06/iraq-war-inquiry-chilcot-tony-blair-prosecute
 

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The most incompetant Pres we have had in years. What a shame Bush2 did not stay a drunk in the bar, instead he found God and inflicted his stupidity on the rest of us. Thanks Neo Cons, good reason to never vote Rep again!!
 
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