To: Hoplite; All
You are babbling about findings from the international court of "Justice" --the same court that the Bush administration is actively opposing.
Oh I forgot you are Clintonista...
posted on 01/31/2007 4:05:27 PM PST
( + En Touto Nika! By this sign conquer! + Constantine the Great))
The most prominent Court in this category, the International Court of Justice, celebrated its 60th anniversary last month and the Office of the Legal Adviser and our Embassy participated in events in The Hague commemorating that important milestone. The United States has long supported the ICJ and has appeared before it in a significant number of cases. We have worked hard to maintain a seat for a judge from the United States, and were extremely pleased last November when Judge Thomas Buergenthal was reelected to the Court. One of my first trips abroad as Legal Adviser was to visit The Hague, and I very much enjoyed the opportunity to meet and exchange views with the members of the Court. source
That would be John B. Bellinger, Secretary Rice's Legal Advisor, speaking in May of last year.
Feel free to continue demonstrating your ignorance and confusion.
posted on 01/31/2007 4:44:26 PM PST
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