Poll shows Iraqis back attacks on UK, US forces

Iraq's a democracy, right? So it's it's time to leave.

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October 22, 2005

33 minutes ago

Forty-five percent of Iraqis believe attacks on U.S. and British troops are justified, according to a secret poll said to have been commissioned by British defense leaders and cited by The Sunday Telegraph.

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Bush publication ban lifted
Bush charged him with seven counts of counselling, aiding, and abetting torture

By matthew burrows

Publish Date: 20-Oct-2005



A Vancouver lawyer has won a procedural victory in her attempt to prosecute U.S. President George W. Bush under the Criminal Code.

Gail Davidson, cofounder of an international group of jurists called Lawyers Against the War, expressed her delight on October 18 following the lifting of a publication ban on court proceedings against the U.S. president.

“It’s great news, but really they had no choice,” Davidson told the Georgia Straight.



The Kitsilano lawyer got the ball rolling against Bush as soon as he set foot on Canadian soil for his November 30, 2004, visit. As a private citizen, she charged him with seven counts of counselling, aiding, and abetting torture at Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq and at Cuba’s Guantanamo Bay naval base. She had her charges accepted by a justice of the peace in Vancouver Provincial Court.


Bush faces prison time if the case goes to trial and he is found guilty.

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