Friday, July 25, 2008

'Reward offered for Rice's arrest'

New Zealand students offer a reward to anyone who makes a citizen's arrest of Condoleezza Rice in her upcoming visit to the country.

"The 5,000 New Zealand dollar (USD 3,700) reward will be paid for a citizen's arrest of Rice for 'overseeing the illegal invasion and continued occupation' of Iraq," Auckland University Students' Association President, David Do announced.

Do noted that students also plan to make a formal complaint to police seeking to have Rice arrested for what they claim are violations of the Geneva Conventions for her role in the Iraq war.

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