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Mother plans court action over Blair's 'war crimes'

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posted on May, 3 2005 @ 07:44 AM

Rose Gentle, the mother of a British soldier killed in Iraq, described her determination yesterday to take Tony Blair to court over alleged "war crimes".

Mrs Gentle, whose 19-year-old son Gordon died in Basra last June, plans to take the Prime Minister to court over the death of both British and Iraqi soldiers killed since the conflict began.

Her intentions came to light after it emerged the Attorney General warned Tony Blair British ministers and troops could end up in court over the war.

Noble efforts from an person seeking justice, but we all know that nothing will come of these allegations. Similar 'court actions' have been filled against Bush but either don't coalece into a case or is simply thrown out by the judge.

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