In March 2003, the US and its allies invaded Iraq under the pretext of annihilating weapons of mass destruction Saddam Hussein had in his arsenals.
George W. Bush and Tony Blair, the leaders of the US and Britain, spearheaded the invasion that removed Saddam, the former Iraqi dictator, from power, yet left the country in ruins and claimed more than a million Iraqi lives.
‘The Debate’ we features Ken O’Keefe, a peace activist and former US Marine from London, and Lee Kaplan, an investigative journalist from San Francisco, discuss when those responsible for the war crimes will be held accountable.
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