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Commentary :: Human Rights
Families of Dead & Wounded U.S. Servicemen can "Sue" for Damages in the Bush Regime's "Illegal" Iraq War!
13 Nov 2004
Families of Dead & Wounded U.S. Servicemen can "Sue" for Damages in the Bush Regime's "Illegal" Iraq War!
Not only can the families of U.S.Servicemen and women who were wounded or killed in Iraq "Sue" the Bush Govt. for Damages and for being unjustifiably put in "harm's way" but families of soldiers who are still in Iraq,can also sue the Bush Govt. for being put in "harm's way" because the Bush Iraq War is an "Illegal War" under international law.

U.N.Chief Kofi Annan recently confirmed this when he issued a press release saying exactly that,that the Bush Govt's invasion and violent assault on Iraq constituted an "Illegal War"!

Obviously the Bush Govt. and its criminal accomplices in both the Republician and Democratic parties, would rigorously deny that U.S.Servicemen and Servicewomen or even their families have any "right" to sue them! Maybe also the Bush Regime and its cronies could stop U.S.soldiers and their families from launching either individual or class action lawsuits against them? But they couldn't stop either these soldiers or their families from launching law suits in international courts.

The bottom line principle here is U.S.soldiers being needlessly and continually maimed and killed (not to mention innocent Iraqis) in a war that shouldn't have been launched in the first place and which the Bush Govt. had absolutely no right,especially under international law,to initiate and conduct.

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