Saturday, March 31, 2007

Bush calls capture of U.K. sailors 'inexcusable'

News Updates from Citizens for Legitimate Government
31 March 2007
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Breaking: Bush calls capture of U.K. sailors 'inexcusable' --Ahmadinejad rips U.K. for not following 'legal, logical way' to resolve issue 31 Mar 2007 President [sic] Bush said Saturday that Iran's detention of 15 British sailors was "inexcusable" and that Tehran must release them immediately. [It's time for the US to release the five Iranians seized by American forces in Iraq. Bush's illegal occupation of the White House *and* Iraq is inexcusable, too. --LRP]

Bush Calls for Iran to Free U.K. Sailors 31 Mar 2007 President [sic] Bush on Saturday called for the release of 15 British sailors and marines being held by Iran, calling their capture by Tehran "inexcusable behavior." "Iran must give back the hostages,'' Bush said. "They're innocent, they did nothing wrong, and they were summarily plucked out of waters." [See: Fake Maritime Boundaries By Ambassador Craig Murray 28 Mar 2007 The British Government has published a map showing the coordinates of the incident, well within an Iran/Iraq maritime border... A) The Iran/Iraq maritime boundary shown on the British government map does not exist. It has been drawn up by the British Government. Only Iraq and Iran can agree to their bilateral boundary, and they never have done this in the Gulf, only inside the Shatt because there it is the land border too. This published boundary is a fake with no legal force. B) Accepting the British coordinates for the position of both HMS Cornwall and the incident, both were closer to Iranian land than Iraqi land.]

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