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Alleged War Criminal Former President Dick Cheney not welcome in Western Canada
Anthony J. Hall Characterizes Dick Cheney's Criminality
in Front of the Vancouver Club
Anthony J. Hall's interview with a reporter for Canada's CTV in front of the Vancouver Club on September 26, 2011. The subject of both the discussion and of the protest rally is the failure of Canadian officials to enforce domestic and international law by arresting former US Vice-President Dick Cheney. Cheney clearly fills all the criteria of a person who should have been charged under the terms of the Canadian Crimes Against Humanity and War Crimes Act, 2000. YouTube excerpt: " So what was Cheney doing in the bunker that morning ( on 9/11 ) we need testimony, there's conflicting accounts on that..." Lethbridge University - Globalization Studies Professor Anthony J. Hall.
Calgary Alberta Canada
Dick Cheney in Calgary: Activists Pressure Law Enforcement
Officials to Uphold the Rule of Law
Dick Cheney visited Calgary, Alberta, Canada on September 27, 2011. Cheney as a credibly accused war criminal is inadmissible to Canada under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act and, if allowed into Canada, should be apprehended under the laws enshrined in the Crimes Against Humanity and War Crimes Act. Calgary activists pressured law enforcement officials to do their jobs and uphold the rule of law to prevent Canada from becoming a safe haven for war criminals. Speakers in this video include Joshua Blakeney, Jason Devine and Peggy Askin.
Calgary Herald - Excerpts
Ten years after the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, one of the most loathed figures of the George W. Bush administration is still ducking in and out of secret entrances under heavy security as he promotes his political memoir, In My Time.
About 50 noisy but peaceful protesters were outside the Fairmont Palliser on Tuesday as guests arrived about an hour before the former U.S. vice-president was scheduled to speak to a $500-a-plate dinner.
Inside, Cheney told an exclusive crowd of about 200 that he worries about another 9/11-style attack by terrorist with “dirty” nuclear weapons. Continued...