Friday, October 14, 2011

Could Canada Arrest Bush For Human Rights Violations?

No Amnesty For Bush

Vesnovskaya Maria Voice Of Russia

The Amnesty International human rights group is urging the government of Canada to arrest former US President George W. Bush on charges of torture, violence against prisoners and kidnapping. The ex-leader’s visit to Ottawa is slated for October 20th.The organization claims to have found all evidence of Bush’s involvement in human rights violations, namely the detention of terror suspects and their containment at the Guantanamo military base in 2002-2009. Indeed, many of those events were approved by the United States’ Central Intelligence agency (CIA), says chairman of the Agora interregional human rights association Pavel Chikov.

Source:  Voice of Russia

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