Friday, 23 July 2010

Rape, Murder, War Crimes Now All Okay - Official


Pope Benedict will not be issued with an arrest warrant during his state visit to the UK later this year.
Even though he's known to have been directly involved in the biggest child abuse cover-up in history, Justice Secretary Ken Clarke announced he's changing the rule book just for his holiness.
"The Government has concluded, after careful consideration, that it would be appropriate to require the consent of the Director of Public Prosecutions before an arrest warrant can be issued to a private prosecutor in respect of an offence of universal jurisdiction."
Simon Harwood, the police officer filmed assaulting Ian Tomlinson during last year's G20 protests in London will not be facing criminal charges over his death.
The Director of Public Prosecutions made the decision claiming there was "no realistic prospect" of the officer being convicted - despite the Crown Prosecution Service admitting there was sufficient evidence to bring a charge of assault against him.
The deputy prime minister Nick Clegg was forced to clarify his position on the Iraq war yesterday after he told the House of Commons the invasion of Iraq was illegal.
International lawyers warned that if he didn't his statement could lead to Tony Blair facing charges in an international court.

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