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    • andy hay
    • 15.09.11 | 19:30 (IDT)

    if they were so sure of their cases they would have been happy to surrender themselves or at least one of the would to show there was no case rather than hide behind a change in the law to protect them... once again they are treated as a special case, allowed to do whatever they like without being held to account. It is sickening... not saying they were guilty but at least if it had gone to court we could have had the accusations tested.

    from the article: Britain changes law that enabled war crime charges against Israelis
    First published 16:57 15.09.11 | Last updated 16:57 15.09.11
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