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NEWS RELEASE · 20th October 2011
National Post
SURREY, B.C. — More than 100 protesters, including many from the Occupy Vancouver protest, gathered Thursday morning outside a Surrey hotel calling for the arrest of former U.S. president George W. Bush who was inside speaking to a business group.


Bush and another former U.S. president, Bill Clinton, are speaking at the fourth annual Surrey Economic Summit.

The demonstration was organized by Amnesty International, which has urged the Canadian government to arrest Bush for human-rights abuses committed during the former American leader’s War on Terror.

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Arrest Bush is just the beginning
Comment by F Breker on 20th October 2011
While amnesty is at it, maybe they could put out arrest warrants for Clinton, Harper, Obama and the leaders of nato partner countries. Oh yes, I know we can all sleep much sounder now that they murdered Gadafi, but who is next on the list? The behaviour of these criminals is so cowardly and brazen that it beggars description. Arrest the lot of em, thats what I say.