Spain Issues Warrants for Netanyahu and Israeli Officials
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and seven other former and current government officials are at risk of arrest if they enter Spain, following the issue of what is effectively an arrest warrant for the group by a Spanish judge.
Spanish national court judge Jose de la Mata ordered the police and civil guard to notify him if Mr Netanyahu and the six other individuals enter the country, the Latin American Herald Tribune reports. Their actions could see the reopening of a case against them concerning the Freedom Flotilla attack of 2010.
The other men named in the issue are former defense minister Ehud Barak, former foreign minister Avigdor Leiberman, former minister of strategic affairs Moshe Yaalon, former interior minister Eli Yishai, minister without portfolio Benny Begin and vice admiral Maron Eliezer, who was in charge of the attack.
Website Comment: So, this cabal has the distinguished honor of joining George Bush and Dick Cheney plus a hoard of other corrupt past and present world leaders who are turning a back on THEIR people to go play GOD in other countries and slaughter innocent citizens in their homeland’s name. Where does this fall under any definition of sane. If I murder 10 people on a monday, I will be held accountable, most likely locked away and possibly put to death. BUT if I am a politician and send soldiers to die in an unjustified war and drop bombs on whole cities; I will walk around proud and a free man, to let you know; YOUR NEXT.
About all I can say for the United States Senate is that it opens with a prayer and closes with an investigation.