British International Law ExpertDrafts Articles of Indictment for War Crimes by NATO Leaders

CAMBRIDGE, May 3 – A British internationallaw expert from the faculty of social and political sciences atthe Cambridge University, has drafted articles of indictment againstsome of the NATO leaders for waging war on Serbia. Glen Rangwala,whose coordinates are enclosed below, is soliciting input fromall parties who can help him embellish his case for criminal prosecutionof NATO leaders who are prosecuting this illegal war against Serbia.

So far, Mr. Rangwala has drafted the followingsubmission to the International Criminal Tribunal for the formerYugoslavia, requesting the indictment of Prime Minister, TonyBlair, Foreign Secretary, Robin Cook, and Defense Secretary, GeorgeRobertson, of the United Kingdom:

To Part I of the submission: Background, TheAccused, General Allegations, and General Legal Issues
To Part II of the submission: Counts 1-3
To Part III of the submission: Counts 4-6

Please note that this submission is still atthe draft stage. More information about NATO atrocities is requiredbefore a viable brief can be submitted. For specific requestsfor information see this page:

This submission is in accordance with Article18(1) of the Statute of the International Criminal Tribunal forthe former Yugoslavia:

Any readers who have FIRST-HAND, EYEWITNESS-typeinformation which can help bring the NATO war criminals to justiceare encouraged to contact:

Glen Rangwala, International Lawyer
Faculty of Social and Political Sciences
Cambridge University
Free School Lane
Cambridge CB2 3RQ, ENGLAND
Tel: 44 (0)1223 334535
Fax (shared): 44 (0)1223 334550
Home Tel: 44 (0)1223 462187

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