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April 12, 2010 | History

World Media Association


Mr.M.S.Mohamed Ansari,
154, Angappa Naicken Street,
Chennai – 600 001.
Tamil Nadu, India.


The Hon’ble Chief Justice,
The Supreme Court,
United States of America,
Washington, D.C.
Fax no: 213.547.8080


Sub:    Prosecution of previous President Mr. George W.Bush, for        violation of International Code of Conduct.
Mr. George W.Bush, the previous President of United States of America, initiated a war against IRAQ, without obtaining the previous sanction of United Nations Organization (UNO) on the pretext of having nuclear weapons, even though the then IRAQ government openly exhibited to the whole world that it has no nuclear weapons.
According to the CNN WORLD report, in the war 6, 75,000 civilians killed, 7500 troops of USA and its allied forces killed and $ 3.5 Trillion Dollar spent for the war. This spending of $ 3.5 Trillion Dollar is the main cause of action for the present economic crises prevailing all over the world.
After winning the war against IRAQ, the United States of America’s President Mr. George W.Bush, also admitted the same fact, and he openly stated that the Intelligence agency misguided him.
Later on, even the United Nations Organization (UNO) also certified that the IRAQ has no nuclear weapons.
Then it is the bounded duty of the United States of America and its allied forces to withdraw from IRAQ.
But instead of withdrawing from IRAQ, the United States of America and its allied forces formed a government in IRAQ, under their control and administered the entire IRAQ, and its peoples.
This indicates a clear violation of duty by the President of United States of America Mr. George W.Bush and also a clear case of violation of the International Code of Conduct for UNO members.
Thus Mr. George W.Bush attracts prosecution for the above said offence.
Thus I hereby pray this Hon’ble Court initiate criminal proceedings against Mr. George W. Bush, and give him maximum punishment for

a) initiating the war against the IRAQ
b) killing its innocent IRAQI peoples
c) killing troops of USA and allied forces and
d) The present economic crises.

Dated on this day of 13th day of April, 2009.

Yours truly,



  1. The Chief Justice, the International Court of Justice, The Hague, Netherlands.
  2. The Secretary General, United Nations Organization
  3. The Chief Justice, the Supreme Court, IRAQ.
  4. His Excellency Mr.Barack Obama, the President of United States of America, White House, Washington D.C.

Cost of Iraq War and Nation Building
"If we don't stop extending our troops all around the world in nation-building missions, then we're going to have a serious problem." — George W. Bush, Jan. 2001. $656,930,390,338
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The Human Cost of Occupation
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American Deaths
Since war began (3/19/03): 4273 3434
Since "Mission Accomplished" (5/1/03) (the list)
4134 3326
Since Capture of Saddam (12/13/03): 3812 3128
Since Handover (6/29/04): 3414 2801
Since Obama Inauguration (1/20/09): 45 29
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Iraqi Civilian Count
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Comparing Civilian Casualty Studies
Robert Naiman of Just Foreign Policy explains the similarities between the Lancet and the the Orb estimates. Numbers from the Iraq Body Count site and the study published in the Lancet are compared at The BBC published an article, which includes a response from IBC, that criticizes the large Lancet figures. Middle East expert Juan Cole also gives his opinion on the Lancet study here.

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