Letter — International court for U.S.
February 10, 2003
It was reported last spring the Bush administration, ” … nullified our country’s signature on the treaty establishing an INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT”.
Today we have yet another serious American choice featuring: extremism or stabilization.
With Iraq, the United States can continue: threats, accusations, heresay, book cooking, posturing, chest thumping and recollections, or the United States can join beside other nations and benefit from a stable INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT, that would be responsible to weigh the evidence (against Saddam in this instance).
On behalf of the United States of America and humanity, please urge Congressional legislation to have the United States sign again, the treaty establishing an INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT, and adhere to its provisions.