Comments:Former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadžić boycotts genocide trial
how about Bush
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how about tens of thousands Iraqis been killed and many been abused by US Army and the CIA; George W Bush should also be put on trail under a International court!
It's a bit different when you declare war. It's sort of like saying that a person should be charged for assault for participating in a boxing match.
- Did he really declare war? Does he have the authority to do that? If not.... --Brian McNeil / talk 23:42, 28 October 2009 (UTC)
- Yes, yes he did. He had the authority given to him H.J.Res 114. Although, if you want to try people for war crimes, you'd probably have to try congress--since they were the ones that authorized the war, not Bush. In any event, there's really no basis to try the guy.
look at his hair goddamn
I'd just love the anti-americans that comment this page. But lets just not pay attention to the crimes of the terrorist or how Bush placed a democratic government in Iraq. But hey I'm a warmongering republican what I know? --KDP3 (talk) 00:12, 2 November 2009 (UTC)
But how a responsible government mediator like Richard Holbrooke can offer immunity to a person who commited Genocide? There must be more investigation done on the ground on which the immunity was offered to Radovan. - Mehul
Never forget BOSNA
this man should be sentenced to death, killing my people in Bosnia. this man is terrible and doesn't deserve to live, i wish this could be held in america, because he deserves a death penalty---Armin