Day 32: Who is Lying?
Posted: Sunday, April 20, 2003
Bush and Blair and the Big Lie
"We must make clear to the Germans that the wrong for which their leaders are on trial is not that they lost the war, but that they started it. And we must not allow ourselves to be drawn into a trial of the causes of the war, for our position is that no grievances or policies will justify resort to aggressive war. It is utterly renounced and condemned as an instrument of policy."
This declaration was made by U.S. Supreme Court Justice Robert H. Jackson, America's senior representative at the 1945 Nuremberg war crimes trials, and the tribunal's chief prosecutor.
Give us back our democracy
Americans have been cheated and lied to on matters of the gravest constitutional importance
Self-Determination in Iraq?
Then the US Must Leave
Al-Jazeera correspondent detained in Basra
British troops held an Al-Jazeera TV crew on Sunday, confiscating their equipment and asking them why as Iraqis they were working for the station
Credibility fears in search for WMDs
Unfazed by their failure to find any weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, US-led forces are confident they will yet uncover Saddam Hussein's dirty little secret, but worry the world may not believe them.
So, where are all the weapons?
Anthrax, Chemicals and Nerve Gas: Who is Lying?
Growing evidence of deception by Washington
Freedom descends into chaos
AFTER enjoying its first taste of freedom in 20 years this week, Baghdad chose to turn on its American liberators. George Bush had promised the Iraqis freedom and it didn't take them long to use it. But perhaps not in the way he expected.
US bars access to oil ministry, power plant
Iraqi state employees were left questioning US motives when their offices were barricaded and apparently booby trapped by coalition forces
So where are they, Mr Blair?
Not one illegal warhead. Not one drum of chemicals. Not one incriminating document. Not one shred of evidence that Iraq has weapons of mass destruction in more than a month of war and occupation
Blair 'no' to Iraq arms inquiry
Tony Blair has ruled out an inquiry into allegations that the public was misled about Saddam Hussein's alleged weapons of mass destruction, the main justification for the war.
Looting Of Baghdad Museum:
America's Clash With Civilizations
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