Susan Yoshihara

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Social and religious conservatives opposed the formation of the International Criminal Court (ICC) because they feared overzealous prosecutors eventually would target religious leaders such as bishops and even the pope. ICC proponents mocked such criticism and said the ICC was only for “the worst among us, war criminals like Hitler.” Little did anyone know that such fears would come so close to fruition so soon after the ICC came into existence.

Geoffrey Robertson, a United Nations judge and Australian tort lawyer from London, is calling on the Brown government to arrest the pope when he comes to Britain in September and send him to trial in the ICC at The Hague for crimes against humanity.…  Seguir leyendo »