Friday, June 18, 2010

Canada: No jail time for attempted arrest of war criminal George Bush

Former US Attorney General Ramsey Clark supports Mohawk Splitting the Sky in attempted citizen's arrest
of war criminal George Bush in Canada

Splitting the Sky comments on his trial verdict from ICTV Victoria on Vimeo.

Global Research, June 10, 2010 -Court Case in Canada Anti-Bush Protester Handed Fine, One-Year Probation

CALGARY — A Chase, B.C., man will not go to jail after being convicted of obstructing a peace officer while protesting former U.S. president George W. Bush's visit to Calgary last year.

Provincial court Judge Manfred Delong handed a conditional discharge Monday to John Pasquale Boncore, 58, and placed him on probation for a year.

Boncore — who also goes by the name of Splitting the Sky — must make a $1,000 donation to a charity of his choice and pay a $50 victim fine surcharge as conditions of his probation.

.......Boncore told the judge before sentencing that if being fined $1,000 "for trying to apprehend a war criminal of the Bush administration, and possibly stop torture and murder," then "bring it on." read more

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