Have YOU seen Tony?
He’s getting more brazen – like an urban fox perhaps.
9 June 2013
‘Here he is on the BBC Today programme advocating intervention in Syria, and once again allowed to get away without challenge when stating:
There’s now been more people that have died in Syria in a civil war that shows absolutely no sign of ending than in the entirety of Iraq since 2003.’
‘Blair knows only too well that this is simply not true. And the BBC should not have allowed him to get away with such a blatant distortion. The United Nations estimates that 100,000 have been killed in Syria. This figure includes troops from Syrian forces and rebels killed fighting them and yet this total is presented in the media as if they were all civilian casualties.’
Bounty Hunters who have attempted to ‘feel his collar’ so far –
- Tom Grundy attempts a citizen’s arrest on Tony Blair in Hong Kong on 14 June 2012.
- David Lawley-Wakelin interrupted Tony Blair as he was giving evidence to the Leveson Inquiry into Press Ethics on 28 May 2012:
- Grace McCann attempted a citizen’s arrest on Tony Blair when he appeared at the Iraq Inquiry in January 2010.
- Kate O’Sullivan made a citizen’s arrest on Tony Blair in September 2010, at a book signing in Dublin, Ireland.
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