The Criminalisation of International Justice

em>The Nato ordered indictment of Muammar Gadaffi by the International Criminal Court (ICC) during the Nato attack on Libya in 2011 echoed the indictment of President Milosevic by International Criminal Tribunal For Yugoslavia, during the Nato attack on Yugoslavia in 1999. Both men ended up dead as a direct consequence. The indictments of these two…

Dossier on UK War Crimes in Iraq Goes to the International Criminal Court

Devastating dossier on ‘abuse’ by UK forces in Iraq goes to International Criminal Court Senior UK military and political figures could end up in the dock as 400 victims denounce ‘systemic’ use of torture and cruelty Jonathan Owen A devastating 250-page dossier, detailing allegations of beatings, electrocution, mock executions and sexual assault, has been presented…

Africa vs the ICC’s “Selective Justice”

«Sans détour » démystifie la CPI L’actualité de ces derniers jours nous offre l’opportunité de parler d’un dossier que les Africains ont décidé de régler toute affaire cessante: A savoir comment chercher les voies et moyens de soustraire l’un des leur à la justice occidentale qu’est la Cour Pénale Internationale, véritable tribunal qui servirait principalement…

If Charles Taylor is a War Criminal, Then So are Obama, Bush and Clinton

UN Document Regarding the Charles Taylor Verdict: SC/11133 27 September 2013 On Charles Taylor Judgement by Appeals Chamber of Special Court for Sierra Leone “Whereas Liberian president Charles Taylor was accused of encouraging the slaughter of possibly 50,000 people in Sierra Leone, Obama, George W. Bush and Bill Clinton have armed, financed and protected the…

Memo to the International Criminal Court: Put Up or Shut Up About Not Targeting Africans

Is the International Criminal Court guilty of “international racial profiling”? The ICC has managed to indict only Africans for crimes against humanity, “while ignoring numerous civilian deaths caused by U.S. air strikes in Afghanistan and other crimes committed by non-Africans. By Mark P. Fancher “It is important to determine the U.S. role, if any, in…