My Favorite Quotes
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 Tony Greig - “The U.N. was there to protect other Rwandese.”
 Tony Greig - “I moved to Rwanda in November 2000.”
 Tony Greig - “I met with people who are already very angry with the tribunal.”
 Tony Greig - “Each investigation team has a lawyer attached to it and there was a lawyer attached to me and my assistant.”
 Tony Greig - “Cricket the world over, I don't think, will ever know how different things would be without Kerry Packer.”
 Tony Greig - “I think today that it is essential that the Rwandan tribunal continues to prosecute efficiently. And if the U.N. fails to do that, it is sending entirely the wrong message to people who are in the position to complete these atrocities again.”
 Tony Greig - “You have to understand that once an indictment has been signed, all countries that are signature to the U.N. charter will hand a person straight over. You don't have to go through the normal extradition process.”
 Tony Greig - “He was a bloke with such an incredible sense of fun and there was that charisma whenever you were associated with him. We'll all miss him greatly.”
 Tony Greig - “Well I grew up in England, and I was in the London police.”
 Tony Greig - “One of the difficulties about interviewing people in Rwanda is that the country is trying to get on with ordinary life and some people just don't want to get involved in this.”
 Tony Greig - “And that was what I was asking to happen and I was told that the indictment would be signed, but I was coming to the end of my one-year contract, I had to return to New Zealand for personal reasons.”
 Tony Greig - “The thing that struck me the most was his concern for only the players. He was concerned the players had been downtrodden and it was his job to put it right. And put it right he did.”
 Tony Greig - “The U.N. has been so disappointing to date on the whole Rwanda issue that despite the people they've sent through, and I have no doubt their competence, in the end, the decision is going to be made by other people and not by them.”
 Tony Greig - “I was employed as an investigator and my particular team, we were investigating the role of the business community in the genocide and we identified a bunch of leaders of the business community and I investigated two people.”
 Tony Greig - “Australia has lost a truly great Australian. He was a very generous man, a bloke with an incredible sense of fun and that charisma that was around him.”
 Tony Greig - “Well the war lasted for three months, from April of 1994 until the Tutsi army, the exiles as it were, gained control of the country and then it stopped.”
 Tony Greig - “Us investigators who went out into the field were faced on occasion with a lot of anger, by people saying why has it taken you five or six year to come and see me”
 Tony Greig - “When we got over the nastiness, if you like, of the battles associated with world cricket, he had this ability to fix the problems and then became the great ally of Cricket Australia, which I think said a bit about him.”