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30 de Mayo de 2008

El activista y escritor británico George Monbiot intenta realizar un arresto ciudadano al ex embajador de EE.UU. ante la ONU, John Bolton, alegando crímenes de guerra


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John Bolton, ex embajador de Estados Unidos ante las Naciones Unidas, logró eludir la noche del miércoles un arresto ciudadano cuando daba un discurso en Gran Bretaña. Hablamos con George Monbiot, el activista y columnista británico que intentó arrestar a Bolton. Monbiot afirma que Bolton es un criminal de guerra por la ayuda que prestó para comenzar la invasión estadounidense de Irak.