Lawyer Gail Davidson says that because Bush has been "credibly accused" of supporting torture in Iraq and Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, Canada has a legal obligation to deny him entry. The law says foreign nationals who have committed war crimes or crimes against humanity, including torture, are "inadmissable" to Canada.
As George W Bush's St Patrick's Day visit to Calgary draws near, the federal government is facing pressure from activists and human rights lawyers to bar the former US president from the country or prosecute him for war crimes and crimes against humanity once he steps on Canadian soil. http://ffwdweekly.com/article/news-views/news/canada-should-bar-or-prosecute-bush-lawyer-3378/
Bar or Prosecute? Tell Prime Minister Stephen Harper: email: firstname.lastname@example.org
cc: Canadian Peace Alliance: email: email@example.com
The People Vs Bush (Calgary) http://www.peoplevbush.ca
See also: LAW release http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=12434
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