U.N. International Criminal Court:
Wolf In Sheep's Clothing?


Posted June 25, 1998


United Nation's delegates are meeting in Rome, Italy, to establish an International Criminal Court (ICC). The conference hopes the ICC will finally give the U.N. firm control over every nation on earth. The creation of the ICC is being presented as a virtuous act that is needed to stop the perpetrators of heinous crimes against humanity. The enactment of such an agreement could subject Americans to the jurisdiction of foreign judges who have no respect for the Constitution of the United States. How the ICC is to conduct its trials, what types of crimes the ICC will handle, and how binding will be the ICC's rulings on nations and individuals are the questions to be answered during this June 15 through July 17 gathering.

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