Ah, those were the days, pre-EU mostly; at least I thought so, when British criminals could hide out in Spain safe in the knowledge that there was no extradition treaty between there and here. Of course then Spain got into the EU and things were supposed to have changed. So how is it then that the Zionist state of ‘Israel’ is closer than ever to getting into the EU and yet its war criminals (suspected that is) can find the safe haven that Britain’s ordinary decent criminals can’t?
But isn’t Spain that progressive state where a prosecutor was seeking to have Pinochet extradited from the UK to? Well, yes and presumably under similar or the same legislation, according to yesterday’s Ynet (and my previous post):
A Spanish court granted a petition by the Palestinian Centre for Human Rights on Thursday, asking the two [former Zio=Nazi Defence Minister Binyamin Ben-Eliezer and former IAF and Nazi army Chief of Staff Dan Halutz] be investigated for alleged “crimes against humanity” for their involvement in the 2002 assassination of Hamas operative Salah Shehade. Fourteen civilians were killed in the incident and about 100 more were injured.
But now see today’s Ha’aretz:
Spanish Foreign Minister Miguel Moratinos informed Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni on Friday of Spain’s plan to amend legislation that granted a Spanish judge the authority to launch a much-publicized war crimes investigation against senior Zio=Nazi officials.
Judge Fernando Andreu launched an investigation Thursday into seven current or former Zionist officials over a 2002 bombing in Gaza that killed a top Hamas militant, Salah Shehadeh, and 14 other people, including nine children.
Oh well, maybe we’ll have better luck with Turkey but it will be interesting to see how laws have to be changed so that Nazi’s can keep on getting away with killing children. I wonder if a Spanish child killer in a Spanish court would be able to use a “Zionist defence” like the Americans tried in Abu Ghraib.