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Mayor of London Warns Bush on Book Tour:
Stay Away From U.K. or Face Possible Arrest

Global pressure mounts for Indictment and Prosecution

"He might never see Texas again."
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As the Indict Bush movement organizes protests at stops all along his book tour, the message is resonating all over the world -- Bush should be seen as a war criminal and indicted for his crimes.

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Even London's conservative mayor has now sent a strong message to Bush: stay away from Britain and other countries during his book tour because he could be arrested as a war criminal for ordering the use of torture.

Bush brags in his book that he took responsibility for the use of torture tactics against detainees. “Damn right,” he asserts proudly, in keeping with his thuggish personality.

London Mayor Boris Johnson wrote:

"It is not yet clear whether George W Bush is planning to cross the Atlantic to flog us his memoirs, but if I were his PR people I would urge caution. As book tours go, this one would be an absolute corker. It is not just that every European capital would be brought to a standstill, as book-signings turned into anti-war riots. The real trouble — from the Bush point of view — is that he might never see Texas again."

Mayor Johnson reminds Bush that former Chilean dictator Augusto Pincohet was eventually arrested in the UK for his crimes against the people of Chile.

Johnson speculates that if Bush comes to Britain officials could “place some handcuffs on the former leader of the Free World, and take him away to be charged. Of course, we are told this scenario is unlikely. Dubya is the former leader of a friendly power, with whom this country is determined to have good relations. But that is what torture-authorising Augusto Pinochet thought. And unlike Pinochet, Mr Bush is making no bones about what he has done.”

The global movement for indictment and prosecution is in full swing. The Indict Bush movement is staging demonstrations, rallies, writing letters to the editor, providing a dramatic counterpoint to Bush wherever he appears, sending tens of thousands of letters to Attorney General Eric Holder and lobbying members of Congress.

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