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Man rewarded for failed citizen’s arrest of Tony Blair for war crimes

by | 31st, August 2012

BACK in June, 2012,  British ex-pat Tom Grundy, 29,  interrupted Tony Blair’s speaking engagement in Hong Kong and attempted to arrest the sanctimonious former PM.

Grundy wanted to make a citizen’s arrest, apprehending Blair for alleged crimes connected to the Iraq war.

The plan failed because police never arrived.

Mr Grundy might have ended up looking like bit of a berk, but he’s just been awarded £2,420.89 awarded byGeorge Monbiot’s arrestblair.org campaign.

Here’s the video of Grundy, who lives in Hong Kong – that former imperialist colony now ruled by enlightened and fair China – making a point about imperialistic white men meddling in things overseas:

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