| War crime |
|Interest of||• Tom Feeley|
• Michael Hourigan
• Information Clearing House
• Kuala Lumpur War Crimes Commission
See also War criminal.
The Kuala Lumpur War Crimes Commission was established to oversee and investigate complaints from victims of wars and armed conflict in relation to crimes against peace, war crimes, crimes against humanity and other like offences as recognized under International Law. In November 2011 the tribunal tried in absentia former US President George W. Bush and former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, convicting both for crimes against peace in connection with the 2003 Iraq war.
Saleh v. Bush et al.
- Full article: Saleh v. Bush
- Full article: Saleh v. Bush
Sundus Shaker Saleh, an Iraqi single mother and refugee living in Jordan filed a complaint in March 2013 in San Francisco federal court alleging that the named officials schemed since 1998 to invade Iraq by using 9-11 to mislead and scare the American public into supporting a the war. She argued that the waging of the 2003 Iraq war constituted a "crime of aggression" against Iraq, applying the legal theory that was used by the Nuremberg Tribunal to convict Nazi war criminals after World War II. The case has been brought to court by Comar Law, who are acting pro bono.
Israel is widely accused of committing war crimes, for example by the United Nations, Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch. USA repeatedly exercises its veto power over the UN Security Council to prevent forceful actions in this regard.
|2003 Iraq War||A war for oil carried out after "Operation Mass Appeal" an MI6-backed propaganda campaign.|
|Abu Ghraib torture and prisoner abuse||Top level sanctioned torture on US prisoners, both to gather information about the effects of torture on victims and perpetrators as well as to intimidate and sew dragon's teeth.|
|El Mozote Massacre|
|Vietnam War/My Lai Massacre||The systematic, cold-blooded murder, butchery and rape of 504 Vietnamese civilians including 173 children by a company of 115 US army soldiers.|
|War of aggression|
|Winston Churchill/Chemical warfare|
|Robert McNamara||“LeMay said, "If we'd lost the war, we'd all have been prosecuted as war criminals." And I think he's right. He, and I'd say I, were behaving as war criminals. LeMay recognized that what he was doing would be thought immoral if his side had lost. But what makes it immoral if you lose and not immoral if you win?”||Robert McNamara|
|Michael Parenti||“The first atrocity, the first war crime committed in any war of aggression by the aggressors is against the truth.”||Michael Parenti|
|UK/Army||“The British army operated rules of engagement in Iraq and Afghanistan that at times allowed soldiers to shoot unarmed civilians who were suspected of keeping them under surveillance, a Middle East Eye investigation has established.|
The casualties included a number of children and teenage boys, according to several former soldiers interviewed by MEE.
Two former infantrymen allege that they and their fellow soldiers serving in southern Iraq were at one point told that they had permission to shoot anyone seen holding a mobile telephone, carrying a shovel, or acting in any way suspiciously.
The rules were relaxed, they say, in part because of concerns that unarmed individuals were acting as spotters for militants, or were involved in planting roadside bombs.<a href="#cite_note-4"></a>”
|Ian Cobain||4 February 2019|
|Document:Kosovo Mafia||article||Matt McAllester|
|Document:Remembrance Day and the truths that dare not speak their name||blog post||8 November 2018||John Wight||If Remembrance Day imparts a message worthy of our collective intelligence it is that war should be made a crime, with those who instigate it punished as criminals. In the last analysis it does not determine who is right only who is left. We have met the enemy and he is us. End.|
|File:Council of Europe Kosovo Report.pdf||report||12 December 2010||The Committee on Legal Affairs and Human Rights|
|File:NATO-KFOR-Kosovo Organised Crime.ppt||presentation||This appears to be a NATO-KFOR presentation on organised crime in Kosovo. The presentation is marked "SECRET NATO" and "Created by "Cpt. Sikora CZA". There is no indication of date but it's contents place it around 2000-2004 - probably as part of the considerations surrounding the preparations for declaring Kosovo independance from Serbia.|
|File:NATO-KFOR-Kosovo Organised Crime.zip||image||38 images which appear to be the content of a NATO-KFOR presentation on organised crime in Kosovo. The presentation is marked "SECRET NATO" and "Created by "Cpt. Sikora CZA". There is no indication of date but it's contents place it around 2000-2004 - probably as part of the considerations surrounding the preparations for declaring Kosovo independance from Serbia.|
|File:SECRET-KFOR Dossier on Xhavit Haliti.pdf||report||10 March 2004||A forensic report of the examination of a house in Burrel, Albania, alleged to have been used for the removal of human organs prior to the killing an burial of victims.|
|File:UNMIK Forensic Report Organ Trafficking Kosovo.pdf||report||18 June 2004||A forensic report of the examination of a house in Burrel, Albania, alleged to have been used for the removal of human organs prior to the killing an burial of victims.|
|File:UNMIK Investigation Organ Trafficking Kosovo.pdf||report||Extensive information about human organ trafficking in Kosovo implicating senior members of the Kosovo government. It comprises a memo to the then UN Chief of Investigations from the Head of the UNMIK Mission - the UN Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo - dated 30 October 2003, together with documents dealing with various aspects of the investigations.|