Will Blair face justice or a ‘slap on the wrist’?

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From: JB Doyle, Queensway, Moorgate, Rotherham.

PRESS coverage of Tony Blair’s illegal invasion of Iraq continues on a daily basis. It is perfectly obvious the outcome of the Chilcot inquiry will find Blair not guilty because of the following “get out” consequences.

a) Selected letters/records of telephone conversations between George W Bush and Blair will never be seen or published. releasing him from accountability.

b) David Cameron, keen for a speedy conclusion, states the Iraq inquiry team would “see as much as can sensibly (?) be included”.

c) The US is independent of Brussels; the UK is not and must obey the rules of human rights. Should Blair be found guilty, the potential of compensation claims, would be so enormous it would be unthinkable.

d) The “assumption” that Saddam was responsible for the 9/11 Twin Tower attacks in New York would not only be a myth but viewed as an act of cynical opportunism.

e) If Blair has nothing to 
hide, why does he delay disclosure?

To conclude, Blair will be given a “slap on the wrist” 
and told to stop immediately his international warmongering by resigning from his role of international “peace envoy”.