Chris Coverdale

KILLING MORE OF THEM - a short film about reporting war crimes to the Police

A short film by Dean Puckett about Chris Coverdale from Make Wars History and reporting war crimes to the police.

Report war crimes at your local police station. Download the crime report and take it with you*
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*After you've READ, UNDERSTOOD, and DIGESTED it

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Read the Frequently Asked Questions (when reporting war crimes to the police)
http://www.makewarshistory.org.uk/index/frequently-asked-questions.html

About the Campaign;
http://www.makewarshistory.org.uk/index/about-the-campaign.html

Report on the March 2008 European 9/11 Activists Gathering

The beautiful city of Amsterdam last weekend witnessed perhaps Europes first ever assemblage of 9/11 activists for a very special 2 day gathering.

Amongst the many dedicated and talented activists in attendance were Japanese MP Yukihisa Fujita and Italian MEP Giulietto Chiesa fresh from their meeting at the European Parliament in Brussels a few days prior. Other notable attendee's included Icelandic writer and scholar Elias Davidsson, Associate Professor at the Department of Chemistry, University of Copenhagen Niels Harrit and international war law expert and founder of The Campaign to Make War History Mr Chris Coverdale.

As well as introductions and reports from each country represented; future strategies, tactics and methods were discussed and debated.

Saturday evening saw the first preview of Dean Pucketts trailer for his forthcoming film 'The Elephant in the Room' shortly followed by a screening of Italian film 'Zero'.

Sunday morning featured a presentation of WTC 7 evidence from Professor Niels Harrit followed in the afternoon by a presentation and discussion of war law by Chris Coverdale which ran parallel with a workshop on grassroots activism.

Countries represented; France, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, The Netherlands, Iceland, Sweden, Ireland, Denmark, Belgium, Scotland & England.


MP Yukihisa Fujita