This is absurd. I opposed the Iraq War too but it's not a "war crime". The previous regime was in violation of the ceasefire agreement that ended the Gulf War and numerous UN resolutions passed subsequent to that agreement. The Iraq War was perfectly legal under American and international law. It was a foolhardy adventure that distracted us from more pressing concerns but it was not illegal or a war crime.
The United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan disagreed.
Furthermore, the UK Attorney General could only get the invasion to be legal in UK law through Resolution criteria dating back to the 1990 invasion of Kuwait. Allegations he was pressured into giving the OK lack sufficient evidence.
Oh don't talk Daily Mail type bollocks. The vast majority of inmates are in prison for crimes that have long been illegal - violent crime, theft, burglary, rape, fraud etc.
Indeed, classic criminals like the 10,000+ people in for drug specific offenses like posession. Since over half of property crimes are drug motivated, with shoplifting at 85% and burglary at 80%, does it not make sense to deal with the source of the problem rather than apply CCTV band aids so my brother and your friend don't need to treat their home/property like a bank vault?
Ya'll hear about the geometer who went to the beach to catch some rays and became a tangent ?