war criminal

  1. an offender who violates international law during times of war
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  • June 9th, 2006 at 5: 28 pm freeman says: your prez is a war criminal, pre emptive war is agression (more legalese) Waterboarding is torture Murder is murder … .. Think Progress » Specter Caves, Proposes Blanket Amnesty For Illegal Government Surveillance
  • It has reneged on many international treaties and at present it is busy concluding bilateral treaties with many countries to ensure that its own war criminals will never face the international court of justice.
  • It created a tribunal to bring war criminals to justice.
  • (Only when the Rome Statute is ratified does a state become bound to extradite war criminals to the ICC, etc.) The Volokh Conspiracy » An Eminently Sound Approach to (Supposed) International Human Rights Norms, from the Ninth Circuit
  • The US administration recently branded him a war criminal.
  • This will give these WAR criminals an opportunity to grandstand and POSSIBLY be acquited under the civil system for crimes they plead guilty to under the tribunial system. McCain blasts decision on terror suspects
  • Margot Fernandez from the Tuscon Liberal Christian Examiner seems to think that the ACNA is full of bigots and that Archbishop Peter Akinola is a war criminal. Extravagant mud slinging from the Christian dimwit contingent « Anglican Samizdat
  • War crimes will only end when potential war criminals fear punishment; that will only happen when we end impunity.
  • “You can†™ t pick who†™ s responsible when it†™ s conveinent for your claim that a veteran is a war criminal.” Think Progress » ThinkFast: May 17, 2006
  • In the European theatre of war, 5,556 war criminals were tried, the majority in France, America, and the United Kingdom.
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