Sunday, August 21, 2005

Submitting a petition to Tony Blair?

It has been reported in the Online Edition of the London Times article London bombs, August 20, 2005, 'Blood money' and leaks: how a week went sour for the Met by Stewart Tendler and Daniel McGrory that the family of Jean Charles de Menezes, the innocent Brazilian who was murdered by the Metropolitan Police with the co-operation of Scotland Yard and MI5 on July 22nd 2005 at Stockwell Tube Station, that they intended to send a petition to Tony Blair!!

“The police even went to Brazil and met my family, yet they still didn’t tell us the truth,” he said. “Did they think because we are poor Brazilians we do not deserve the truth?

“I want Ian Blair to imagine how we felt having to listen to the lies about Jean . . . to see Ian Blair on television telling those lies.” On Monday, the family plans to present a letter to Tony Blair demanding that the police be held to account for Mr de Menezes’s death.

How can a war criminal who thrives on death handle any such petition? The buck should stop at Tony Blair's table. He should be the one who is placed, along with Sir Ian Blair, Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, on trial for this brutal murder.

There is plenty of blood on the hands of Tony Blair.

But, he is used to that as he claims he has made peace with his Maker for all his bloodthirsty acts of killing innocent people - including the tragic case of David Kelley!


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