"It can't be considered murder if politics is involved."- Ernst Kaltenbruner.
So I'm reading the weekend edition of the Wall Street Journal yesterday and amongst the pages of luxury, largess and exotic island estates was a short story about Seif Al-Islam Gadhafi the son of the now deceased and ousted leader of Libya.
Apparently he is attempting to negotiate a surrender and by tried by the International Criminal Court in the Hague. I'm left with the question if anyone has ever received a fair trial by the International Criminal Court in the Hague. The article didn't answer this I don't think the news media has either.
I suppose Gadafi might be thinking that negotiating might be better than a bullet through the head.
If the system only worked like this.