A Spanish lawyer Daniel Fiol lodged a written complaint at the International Criminal Court accusing the US president of breaching the Geneva Convention, reported The Telegraph on Sunday. Navy Seals acting on Obamas orders shot the al-Qaeda leader dead on May 2 after storming his compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan. In his written complaint, the Majorca-based lawyer said bin Laden should have been pursued, arrested, tried and convicted on behalf of the victims of some terrible and appalling atrocities. The killing of bin Laden was even worse as it took place in foreign territory, Pakistan, without the permission of that government, he said. I am not being paid by al-Qaeda, Fiol joked. Former prime minister Tony Blair has said he would not have hesitated to order the assassination of bin Laden if the decision had been his.