Bush Administration to be put on trial September 11, 2014?

This story reminds me of Kevin Annett’s taking on the elite pedophiles of the world, using the “ITCCS,” a not officially recognized justice system and courts, police force, etc. Which makes his entire enterprise seem, at some level, laughable, and at another level, the only possible way to confront the organized crime of the cabal. Unlike Annett, attorney Inder Comar is attempting to take on the crimes of the U.S. political elite via the U.S. courts. But is not the U.S. Justice System equally corrupt? We’ll see. Hats off to all who attempt, by whatever means, to bring the perpetrators of crimes against humanity and our Mother Earth to heel and to justice.

Such a wonder, if this case actually goes to court when scheduled: September 11.

Bush Administration Lawsuit Hearing Scheduled for Sept. 11th

July 25, 2014

If all goes well, the announcement of a start date to the Bush Administration trial could be just six weeks away

bush administration lawsuitLast summer, Inder Comar, Esq. filed a lawsuit against the Bush Administration on behalf of Iraqi refugee plaintiff Sundus Shaker Saleh. It is a noble attempt to hold the Bush Administration accountable for war crimes and a case that Quiet Mike has been following from the beginning.

Earlier this year, the Department of Justice, who is defending the six Bush Administration officials, responded to the lawsuit by requesting that the case be dismissed. The Bush tribe is claiming that the planning of the war occurred within the scope of their employment and therefore they have immunity.

Rather than dismissing the case, the Judge asked for additional information. So Mr. Comar filed a 2nd amended complaint back in June. The amended complaint provides more details about the planning of the Iraq war and when it started.

Comar’s evidence, shows the Bush/Cheney team started planning the invasion of Iraq as far back as 1997. The amended complaint also explains that the war was motivated by personal enrichment and the war was a “crime of aggression.”

Earlier this week. Inder Comar got his chance in court to respond to the motion to dismiss and explain the 2nd amended complaint further. He essentially made two points to the court.

The first argument he made was something called judicial estoppel. It prevents a party from taking a position in a case which is contrary to a position they have taken in earlier legal proceedings. In this case, Comar used the Nuremburg Trials as an example.

The Nuremburg Trials, which the United States views as legitimate, held Nazi leaders accountable for their acts of aggression. Comar held that judicial estoppel dictates the Bush Administration and DOJ can’t argue that leaders aren’t accountable for acts of aggression because it runs contrary to the US’s position at Nuremburg.

The second point that was made referred to the Augusto Pinochet trial. In 1999, British Lawyers determined that Pinochet did not have immunity for certain acts he committed while in office such as torture and other violations of international law. These Brits held that Pinochet was not immune because Chile had signed the convention against torture.

In light of the treaties and charters that the United States has signed, Comar stated that the defence can’t now claim that acts of aggression are above a leader’s authority. In this case, the Bush Administration.

What does all this mean? On August 15th, the United States will have the opportunity to respond to the second amended complaint. In the meantime, a hearing is scheduled for September 11th, of all dates. If the hearing goes ahead as scheduled, and if all else goes well, the announcement of a start date in the trial to hold the Bush Administration accountable could be just six weeks away.

If you are hearing about this case for the first time, you can follow its progress on Witness Iraq. You can also read up with our past articles. Please spread the word, too few people are even aware of Mr. Comar’s efforts. This case deserves all our support.

A Saleh v. Bush Lawsuit Update May 29 2014

Inder Comar: The Man Behind the Bush Administration Lawsuit August 15th 2013

The Bush Administration on Trial June 16 2013

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2 Responses to Bush Administration to be put on trial September 11, 2014?

  1. Thank you for posting.

    As we walk between the ‘rare’ close of one world age cycle and beginning of a new one foretold as 2012, Revelations, World Age Shift, Rapture, Ascension, each of us is asked to align with Christ Consciousness a.k.a. unconditional love, our original blueprint, Inner Technology, the single most sophisticated technology ever to grace this world, and only true ‘Power’, to reach into the realm of all possibilities and ‘choose’ the kind of future that will arise from chaos of the present.

    Freewill is ‘Power’ to energize Inder Comar, and other courageous humans taking peaceful action to end crimes against humanity and life, for the higher good of the greater all.

    Message from Patricia Coata Robles Aug 2014:
    Horrific and astonishing behavior patterns are being inflicted by the very basest level of consciousness associated with Humanity’s fear-based human egos. This lowly aspect of Humanity’s personality is the last vestige of our fall from Christ Consciousness, and it is fighting tooth and nail to maintain the power it usurped from us when we fell from Grace aeons ago.

    This fragmented and fear-based aspect of our fallen consciousness does not understand that it is being given the opportunity to Ascend into the Light, and that it is being Loved into a higher order of Being. It thinks it is being destroyed, and it is doing everything in its power to wreak havoc in the World so that Humanity and the Earth will not be able to complete our Ascension into the New Earth. This is an entirely futile effort! But that does not mean that Humanity’s fallen human egos cannot exacerbate the negativity from the old Earth that is surfacing to be transmuted back into Light, thus causing more pain and suffering than is necessary in this purging process.

  2. Colleen Conifer says:

    This is very welcome news of which I was completely unaware. Inder Comar’s name should become as well known as Edward Snowden’s. Thank you for posting this, and I will be following the court case with great attention starting with the links. Your wonderful blog is a great contribution to all of us wanting to see real change in every aspect of our current system.

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