BLAIR, CAMERON, CORBYN & CHILCOT ARE ILLEGALLY USING STATE VIOLENCE TO TRY & “OVERTAKE” LEGAL CHALLENGES IN COURTS OF LAW, OVER IRAQ WAR (26.10.2015)

In legal terms the underlying problem with the Iraq War "Inquiry" is not only that the British regime are illegally trying to "overtake" legal proceedings in courts of law over the Iraq War, but that they are using state violence to do so.

It is not that civilians are not challenging the legality of the Iraq War in courts of law, which is the proper venue, but instead that state violence is being used to delay those legal proceedings.

 

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It is very clearly within the jurisdiction of a British High Court jury to determine that the entire British Parliament knew that there were no legal grounds to even have any 'vote', let alone to invade Iraq ‘on behalf’ of the UN.

It is a slam dunk that not a single member of the British Parliament could stand on a witness stand in the High Court before a jury and claim they ‘reasonably believed’ that UN Resolution 1441 gave them any legal authority to act 'on behalf' of the UN to invade Iraq.

Therefore the whole horrible truth is unsurprisingly very simple, that the British regime “ have no recognized defence in law” to their committing Genocide, which is the worst crime known to humanity.

It has only been years of state violence that has prevented that finding in a High Court jury trial taking place.

In Britain, their illegal path to war, only involves using state violence to stop legal challenges in courts of law, which is all much more straightforward than people are led to believe.

No-one has any ‘right’ to consign civilian lives to the dustbin of 'opinion' pieces in bought and paid for media.

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