- What are crimes against peace?
- Blair’s crime
- Legal Status
- Performing a Citizen’s Arrest
- Blair’s schedule
- Attempts made so far
- About this site
- Contact us
You can make direct payments to the Natwest Bank account 'Justice for War Crimes':
Account no: 84526505
Sort Code: 53-81-26
IBAN no: GB35NWBK 53812684526505 (for those abroad)
BIC code: NWBK GB 2L.
Send cheques to:
Justice For War Crimes at:
PO Box 50
UKAmount in the pot at 07.09.10: £9,397.06
First payment to Grace McCann:
£2,619.67Second payment to David Cronin:
£2,801.98Third payment to Kate O'Sullivan (pending confirmation):
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This site offers a reward to people attempting a peaceful citizen’s arrest of the former British prime minister, Tony Blair, for crimes against peace. Anyone attempting an arrest which meets the rules laid down here
will be entitled to one quarter of the money collected at the time of his or her application.
Money donated to this site will be used for no other purpose than to pay bounties for attempts to arrest Tony Blair. All the costs of administering this site will be paid by the site’s founder.*
The intention is to encourage repeated attempts to arrest the former prime minister. We have four purposes:
- To remind people that justice has not yet been done.
- To show Mr Blair that, despite his requests for people to “move on” from Iraq, the mass murder he committed will not be forgotten.
- To put pressure on the authorities of the United Kingdom and the countries he travels through to prosecute him for a crime against peace, or to deliver him for prosecution to the International Criminal Court.
- To discourage other people from repeating his crime.
We have no interest in people’s motivation, as long as they follow the rules laid down by this site. If they try to arrest Mr Blair because they care about the people he has killed, so much the better. But if they do it only for the money, that is fine too, and we will have encouraged an attempt which would not otherwise have taken place.
The higher the bounty, the more people are likely to try to arrest Mr Blair. Please remember that the account will remain open, regardless of how many have already claimed a reward, so new donations will continue to encourage have-a-go heroes.
If, beyond 31st December 2010, a bounty is claimed when the total fund has fallen below £500, the successful claimant will take the whole pot, which we will then seek to replenish. The fund will remain open until Mr Blair is officially prosecuted. If it still contains money after his prosecution or after five years have elapsed since the last attempt to arrest him, the remainder will be donated to one or more organisations campaigning for international justice, or used to pursue other people responsible for the Iraq war. You will be welcome to nominate recipients.
*This does not include any charges added to your donations by Paypal, Tipit or the other banking services you might use, and tax or legal costs