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Can I Take Al-Assad (President Of Syria To Court ) ?

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    I was wondering if i could take basha al assad to court ? and if i could how would i go about this ?
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    (Original post by shanej13)
    I was wondering if i could take basha al assad to court ? and if i could how would i go about this ?


    why, does he owe you money?
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    Yeah, good luck with that one..
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    Try being a civilian in his country and say that.
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    (Original post by nickss)
    Make sure to report to the Daily Mail if successful.
    :lol:.
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    Make sure to report to the Daily Mail if successful.
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    No because in the UK he would have diplomatic immunity and (as he is a dictator) the courts in his nation wouldn't act.

    I call troll btw but everyone already knows that
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    (Original post by Indo-Chinese Food)
    why, does he owe you money?
    I laughed at this so hard!

    (Original post by shanej13)
    I was wondering if i could take basha al assad to court ? and if i could how would i go about this ?
    Of course you can :'), just like my friend who is planning on taking Kim jong Un to court :rolleyes:
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    This made me chuckle...

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