Rough Justice

Rough, tough Tony Blair is cracking down on war criminals in Britain, The Independent reports. In a single day, he had the following terrorists trussed up in court:

* Maya Evans, 25, convicted for reading out names of 97 British soldiers killed in Iraq at unauthorised protest.
* Douglas Barker, 72, threatened with jail for withholding part of his tax payment in protest at the Iraq conflict.
* Malcolm Kendall-Smith, a 37-year-old RAF medical officer, facing court-martial for refusing to serve in Iraq. 
For more on Kendall-Smith, see The Philosopher's Stone.