December 9, 2011 The International Prosecution Chamber in

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December 9, 2011 The International Prosecution Chamber in Stockholm Box 70296 107 22 Stockholm SWEDEN

Request for appeal/review of report on serious offences subject to public prosecution: AM-185260-11 On Nov 21, 2011, your office arrived at the decision that since "the reported events are not crimes"1 no investigation would be started. We know them to be just that, horrendous crimes of tremendous public interest, and we urgently appeal and request a review of the decision. There is a crime scene the combined size of the United Kingdom, France, Sweden, Denmark, Italy, the Netherlands and Greece. Inside this crime scene one finds up to 150 thousand dead (current figure), a million refugees and a civilian national infrastructure bombed back several decades. Why was the war against Libya a crime? The NATO-led war against Libya was a war of aggression used as instrument for the national policy of some states to meddle in the internal affairs of another state for the purpose of regime-change . As such the war was a violation of the UNcharter and th Kellogg-Briand treaty and went way, way beyond what UN resolution 1973 allowed for (protection of civilian life and infrastructure).


"Det förfarande som anmälts är inte brottsligt", Beslut 2011-11-21.


It was also a war which saw systematic violations of the Geneva convention in its execution.2 1. The Kellogg-Briand treaty declares wars as tools for national policy illegal. The treaty is still in force. Sweden is a signatory (SÖ 1929:23).3 2. In case the prosecution chooses to ignore point 1 - the second reason why the war against Libya was a crime is that the UN-charter explicitly forbids the UN to meddle in the internal affairs of other states.4 Libya was never considered a threat to other states, neither by the UN nor by NATO or any of the eighteen aggressor states, including Sweden. The only reason given for the war was unconfirmed concerns for civilian inside Libya.5 3. In case the prosecution chooses to ignore points 1 and 2, the third reason why the war against Libya was a crime is that the only situation in which article 42 of the UN-charter can be invoked (cf. resolution 1973) is if attempts to settle the issue with non-violent means has first been exhausted (article 41).6 This step was skipped by the security council, by the eighteen aggressor states including Sweden - and by NATO.7 4. In case the prosecution chooses to ignore points 1, 2, and 3, the fourth reason the war against Libya was a crime is that even if resolution 1973 is accepted as valid, the war waged against Libya was, and is, a violation of what resolution 1973 allowed for - protection of civilian life and infrastructure.8 Who are those responsible in Sweden for the war crimes in Libya?


cf. AM-185260-11, Nov 4, 2011., 2011-12-06. 4 UN-charter, chapter I article 2, clause 7. 5 cf., 2011-12-07. 6, 2011-11-30. 7, 2011-11-30. 8 Cf., 2011-12-07; cf., 2011-11-30; cf. AM-185260-11, Nov 4, 2011. 3


Given all the why the war was illegal and the existence of concepts such as "command responsibility",9 "shared responsibility", "common purpose",10 "joint enterprise",11 and more recently "Joint Criminal Enterprise"12 in International Law, all members of the Swedish armed forces part of the war effort as well as all cabinet members and member of parliaments directing Sweden's armed forces to this war, are responsible for the war crimes committed by the NATO-war effort "Unified Protector" in total. It does not matter if Swedish forces did, or did not, fire a single shot (or dropped a single bomb or fired a single rocket) - in anger. The fact that the government and parliament of Sweden directed the armed forces of Sweden to support others operating under the same NATO-command who did do this makes the government, parliament and armed forces of Sweden equally culpable. If the prosecution fails to see the established legal connection of shared responsibility, then the prosecution needs to investigate the reality of i.a. which of the over 10 thousand strike sorties resulting in up to 150 thousand dead (latest known figure) and other casualties were made as the result of i.a. Swedish reconnaissance and information sharing - thus establishing the causal links, and not only the legal responsibility link, which is already there. Finally, in the case the prosecution fails to grasp that the way the war was waged is evidence that the toppling of the Qaddafi-regime was the real, albeit hidden agenda - it is now directed the statements made by Foreign Minister Carl Bildt on his personal blog to understand the hidden agenda of regime-change. Mar 21, 2011 : Foreign Minister Carl Bildt comments on a meeting with the EU Foreign Affairs council regarding the war in Libya: ".. we were in agreement that the most important and difficult are political actions to try to build a new functioning Libya after Qaddafi".13 9, 2011-12-07., 2011-12-07. 11, 2011-12-07. 12, 2011-12-07. cf., 2011-12-07. 13, 2011-12-07: " var eniga om att viktigast och svårast är de politiska insatserna för att försöka att bygga ett fungerande Libyen efter Khaddafi." 10


There it is. For Swedish Foreign Minister Carl Bildt, regime-change was the purpose of resolution 1973 as it was taken - a position he held over a week before he would present the government proposition, he wrote himself, and in which he drags Sweden into an illegal war.14 However, neither Bildt's proposition, nor resolution 1973, mention regime-change. Mar 27, 2011: More self-incriminating statements by Carl Bildt: "On Tuesday I will be in London for the big international conferences that will take place there in order to discuss the direction of the coming operations. The UN's Ban Ki-moon, the Arab League and hopefully also leaders from the African Union, will also be there. I would like to see that the meetings focus more on the political and diplomatic efforts that will be required before and after direct military actions have come to an end. It will then take a broad political process to lay prepare the ground for a unified Libya for the time after Qaddafi. The challenges then will hardly be less the they are now."15 Indicated by the last paragraph is Carl Bildt's understanding the highly destructive nature of the recently started NATO-campaign as well as the true nature of the AlQaeda rebel council waiting in the wings.

14, 2011-12-07: "På fredag morgon skall riksdagen ta ställning till Libyen-insatsen, och som statsråd ansvarig för propositionen kommer jag självfallet att vara på plats för att delta i den debatten" 15, 2011-12-07: "På tisdag kommer jag så att befinna mig i London på de stora internationella sammandragningar som kommer att äga rum där för att diskutera inriktningen av de kommande insatserna. Dit kommer också FN:s Ban Ki-moon, Arabförbundet och förhoppningsvis också ledande företrädare för Afrikanska Unionen. Jag skulle gärna se att de mötena fokuserar mer på de politiska och diplomatiska ansträngningar som kommer att krävas inför och efter det att de direkta militära operationerna har kommit till sitt slut. Då kommer det att krävas en bred politisk process för att skapa förutsättningar för ett enat Libyen för tiden efter Khaddafi. Utmaningarna så kommer näppeligen att vara mindre än utmaningarna nu."


Apr 11, 2011: Comment in relation to meetings with EU foreign ministers, NATO foreign ministers and representatives of the African Union: "It is important that they are clear [on the point] that there is not future for Qaddafi and his closest family in Libya['s political life]."16 The reality that swims into focus here appears to be that Swedish Foreign Minister Carl Bildt was a political driving force for regime-change also in an international context. Who does this guy work for - Swedish tax-payers or a cabal of foreign financial oligarchs? Apr 30, 2011: More Carl Bildt: "The Libyan operation with the pressure exerted on Qaddafi must of course continue until he is gone."17 If the prosecution is looking to identify the main culprit responsible for dragging Sweden into this illegal war, their best suspect may be Foreign Minister Carl Bildt. Mar 30, 2011: Carl Bildt on the depth of his personal involvement: "Friday Morning the parliament will decide on the Libya-operation and as the minister responsible for the proposition I will of course be there to be part of that debate."18 Regarding the question of admissibility Regarding the question of admissibility, raised by your office in a telephone conversation, here is our response: 16, 2011-12-07: "Det är viktigt att de är tydliga med att det inte finns någon framtid för Khaddafi och hans närmaste familj i Libyens politik." 17 , 2011-12-07: "Libyen-insatsen med trycket på Khaddafi måste självfallet fortsätta intill dess att han kommer bort." 18, 2011-12-07: "På fredag morgon skall riksdagen ta ställning till Libyen-insatsen, och som statsråd ansvarig för propositionen kommer jag självfallet att vara på plats för att delta i den debatten"


Who paid for the war? We did. This is the fact, albeit no one in the government and parliament asked us before they joined in the seven month NATO-directed crime spree in North Africa - and doing so in our name. This means that the prosecution not only has to start this investigation because it is of tremendous public interest. It also has to do it since most of the individuals making this report are taxpayers to the state of Sweden and thus unwitting parties/stake-holders to the reported war crimes by the actions of the government, parliament and armed forces of Sweden - as apparently initiated by Foreign Minister Carl Bildt under the aegis of Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt. Regardless of the prosecution's decision to initiate an investigation (or not), we expect a detailed written deliberation on all the points above as well as the question of admissibility and the prosecution's view on the relationship (and the reason for this relationship) between the individuals calling for this investigation and the state of Sweden. December 9, 2011

Kristoffer Hell [email protected] c/o Pettersson, Pennygången 29 414 82 GÖTEBORG

Peter Pettersson [email protected] Pennygången 29 414 82 GÖTEBORG

Yrsa Häggström [email protected] Fagottgatan 3 656 31 KARLSTAD

Leif Erlingsson [email protected] Eksjövägen 21 570 34 BRUZAHOLM

Leif Bengtsson [email protected] Sandgatan 8 280 60 BROBY

Carl Lundström [email protected] Zürcherstrasse 70 8640 RAPPERSWIL, Schweiz


Åse Pedersen [email protected] Brunnsvägen 116 464 50 DALS ROSTOCK

Jonathan Björklund [email protected] c/o Jennifer Björklund, Skäpplandsgatan 3 41478 GÖTEBORG

Haideh Åkesson [email protected] Övre Besvärsgatan 7 411 29 GÖTEBORG

Ulf Bittner [email protected] Sagavägen 135 895 98 SOLBERG

Gunnar Nordin [email protected] Altfiolsvägen 20 756 54 UPPSALA

Lennart Mogren [email protected] Karlbergsvägen 82A 11335 STOCKHOLM

Hans Carlsson [email protected] Porkalagatan 9 16476 KISTA

Stefan Danerek [email protected] Skogsallén 13 31272 SKUMMELÖVSSTRAND

Arne Bengtsson [email protected] Lillsjövägen 6 B 616 34 ÅBY

Carl Hamilton [email protected] Örnbergsvägen 76 146 40 TULLINGE

Einar Kjolaas [email protected] Tenesoya no 16 35110 VECINDARIO, Gran Canaria

Marcus Borg [email protected] Älggatan 24A 216 13 LIMHAMN

Johan Lindquist [email protected] Björkforsvägen41 952 72 SANGIS

Jan Wiklund [email protected] Varvsgatan 1A 117 29 STOCKHOLM

Rita Bardsäter [email protected] Fredrikas Gård 11 414 83 GÖTEBORG

Ulla Johansson [email protected] Husholmsgatan 29 425 30 HISINGS KÄRRA


Mikael Vatjus [email protected] Lövskogsvägen 33 435 37 MÖLNLYCKE

Bengt Larsson [email protected] Skiftesvägen 63 35253 VÄXJÖ

Jan-Åke Jönsson [email protected] Nydalavägen 3 c 214 58 MALMÖ

Roland Holm [email protected] Götabergsgatan 32 411 34 GÖTEBORG

Björn Naess Johansen [email protected] Skänknäsberget 320 830 80 HOTING

Linus Abrahamson [email protected] Särlagatan 13 B 214 48 MALMÖ

Stig-Lennart Johansson [email protected] Tornbergvägen 24 913 35 HOLMSUND

Stephan Markusson [email protected] Nordhemsgatan 69c 413 09 GÖTEBORG

Anders Paulsson [email protected] Fridhem Gaard, Forshallavagen 265 235 91 VELLINGE

Dennis Zackrisson [email protected] Box 2149 750 02 UPPSALA

Leo Holtter [email protected] Kyrbyn BJURÅKER

Kalle Hellberg [email protected] Rosendalsgatan 4 B 504 52 BORÅS

Lukas Konrad Swenninger [email protected] Nordre Fasanvej 230 A 2200 KØBENHAVN N, Danmark

Pia Hanzén [email protected] Hallarydsvägen 23

Einar Schlereth [email protected] Bruksgatan 31 360 72 KLAVETRÖM

Stefan Lundblad [email protected] Konsulgatan 7 361 30 EMMABODA



Mattias Gyllenhak Liss [email protected] Sågmyravägen 38 793 30 LEKSAND

Patrique Ståhl Dordevic [email protected] 214 Möllevången MALMÖ

Ann Hellberg [email protected] c/o Rosendalsgatan 4B 504 52 BORÅS

Brigitte Gustavsson [email protected] Edeby 43 153 92 HÖLÖ

Snorre Lindquist [email protected] Esplundagränd 60 124 72 BANDHAGEN

Patrique Ståhl Dordevic [email protected] 214 Möllevången MALMÖ

Torbjörn Rönnberg [email protected] Bellmansvägen 8B 152 31 SÖDERTÄLJE

Brigitte Gustavsson [email protected] Edeby 43 153 92 HÖLÖ

Johan Lindquist [email protected] Björkforvägen41 952 72 SANGIS

Simon Hansson [email protected] Brahegatan 33b 553 34 JÖNKÖPING

Lars Lindeberg [email protected] 1806 Warfield Dr Nashville, TN, 37215, USA

Dick Österlund [email protected] Svenshögen 420 444 97 SVENSHÖGEN

Roland Nordlund [email protected] Södra Norum 334 915 97 BYGDEÅ

Katarina Lindmark [email protected] Södra Norum 334 915 97 BYGDEÅ

Jakob Lipczynski [email protected] 124 75 BANDHAGEN

Thomas Schützer [email protected] 168 48 BROMMA


Gabriel Amanatiadis [email protected] 164 55 KISTA

Lasse Wilhelmsson [email protected]

Johan Björnsson [email protected]

Lena Holfve [email protected]

Martin Dahr [email protected]

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