|Officials detain musicians as possible terrorists
British singer Morrissey was questioned by the FBI and British intelligence after speaking out against Bush and Blair, while in Australia, American poetry slam artist Henry Rollins was nominated as “a possible terror threat”
British singer Steven Patrick Morrissey, previously lead singer of the rock group The Smiths, is a vocal critic of the US-led war in Iraq, and he has called the American president George W. Bush a “terrorist”.
In June 2004, the singer, who lives in Los Angeles, caused outrage in America for interrupting a concert with news that former U.S. president Ronald Reagan had died, adding that he wished Bush had died instead.
“Nominated as a possible threat”
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