Tlar: Maliki is sweating bullets. Now he must win. tlar
07-08-2014 01:50 PM Orbit -
Writings / announced Lawyers prominent Iraqi on Thursday received the International Criminal Court first cases documented evidence that condemns Prime Minister outgoing Nuri al-Maliki of war crimes committed with army commanders in different Iraqi cities, including Fallujah and Hawija and the province of Najaf during the past eight years of his rule the country.
The captain told the Iraqi Bar in Nineveh, Ahmed al-Hamdani, in a press statement that 'the International Criminal Court in The Hague, received on Wednesday, three lawsuits filed against the al-Maliki, and documented evidence and testimony and video recordings convict him of war crimes and crimes, human rights violations and the execution of prisoners and demonstrators in the cities of Fallujah and Hawija and Najaf. "
He pointed to 'embed bombardments explosive barrels within those suits which carried the signature of the 7619 Iraqi citizen families of the victims demanded a trial Maliki', noting that 'the Court received those suits and included on the agenda of its own audit team, which will meet mid-month.'
He explained that al-Hamdani '18 Iraqi lawyer and Arab residents in London in charge of the trial of al-Maliki file for fear of political compromises that lead currently underway in Baghdad to prevent his trial locally or even summoned to the complaints filed against him with the victims'.
For his part, said a member of the Iraqi Bar Association in Baghdad, Wael al-Janabi, said that 'the International Tribunal may need to be longer than expected to check the authenticity of the documents and evidence but simply accepted those claims and referred to a special committee within the court is excellent and is a great progress in the case of violations committed in Iraq '.
He pointed out that 'It is expected that there will be other big lawsuits in the post-Maliki regarding the enforced disappearance of political opponents and his funding and support for the regime of Bashar al-Assad involved the killing of the Syrian people'.
For his part, stressed the leader of the alliance 'united', Khaled al-Dulaimi, that 'any political deals accompany al-Maliki step down from power in the country should not affect the functioning of the judiciary or in the dozens of files that are still mysterious until now.'
He stressed that the 'alliance (united) and the Kurds refuse to grant al-Maliki, any immunity from elimination in the future and he has to bear the responsibility of confronting the judiciary domestic or international with members of his government,
especially in the criminal files related murders or crimes of embezzlement and financial and administrative corruption', pointing out that 'the only thing that I can vouch for him is that he waits a long way from the hearings and judicial proceedings. '
He pointed out that 'the injustice that we consider crimes and violations relating to the Maliki government Sunni Iraqis, there are crimes committed in the south and center of Iraq against Iraqi Shiites and hope to get a fair trial'.
Dulaimi said 'attempts to cling to al-Maliki the prime minister does not merely diligent him to get as much of the gains before leaving the SFA in Baghdad, including the granting judicial immunity, which prompted people with victims to lawyers to internationalize the issue.'
Brule: I feel like a piece of "settled" was just inserted into the picture. Thanks, Tlar.
Fred: What's a dictator wanna be to do? Stay in country and try for immunity for a couple years more, or fire up the jet while you can??? From the articles this morning... I'm on the jet!
Rocko: This bears out that even if Maliki gets immunity in his own country doesn't mean the world gives him immunity.
Fishtard: Fred, He better fire up the jet. He still has the ranch in Paraguay. Maybe he and the 2500 morons can be red dirt farmers.
Tlar: Poor guy. He was only trying to help Iraq become great. His son must be distraught at seeing news articles like this. "Dad, you promised me I would be the owner someday.
You promised me dad, you promised." Life just isn't fair. All that specialized ruler training this young man received from his old man, wasted.
Gees, and just as he was coming into his own and finally being recognized for his own accomplishments by his dads peer groups. He must be taking it hard. tlar
Fishtard: Hang the son first, so his dad gets the same feeling of losing a loved one.
Fred: As the appearence of power slips from maliki's grip, so goes his power. Hopefully the folks with guns who guard him and the ones controlled by his son realize that maliki is done and stop supporting him and following his orders.
Deborah: Nobody who hasn't been involved with this would believe what is going on right now. I doubt it will be recognized in mainstream news- at least not honestly.
The way I see it, Maliki has been the kingpin both in the natural and in the spirit to keep God's will from coming to pass and to keep this RV from happening. We know, by God's Word, that God will complete that which he started. So all of this long drama can only delay. It cannot stop it.
It seems to me that Maliki is exploding. Coming apart at the seams. Exposing fully, for the world to see, exactly what is inside of him, and exactly what is in his heart. There is not a shred of godliness in there. He is Enemy.
Well, good. It's about time. Satan always overplays his hand, and he's using Maliki as a human host. There is no way - NO WAY that the Parliament will give him his old job back. No way.
This fit of violence and rage he's on is accomplishing for him what we've prayed and hoped would happen. He has finally ruined forever any remote chance of ever holding any power, ever again.
He has secured his own arrest and trial, and execution. He has done to himself what we've wanted to be done TO him.
This kind of thing doesn't happen often in history. And 99% of the world will never even know it. But WE'RE watching it, and WE'RE the ones who will benefit for the part we've played in helping God to bring His will to pass.