WAR CRIMES CHARGES FILED AGAINST LEADERS OF 11 COUNTRIES
OBAMA, ERDOĞAN AND TWENTY-FIVE OTHER WORLD LEADERS CITED FOR CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY IN SYRIA
INTERNATIONAL ARREST WARRANTS REQUESTED FROM ICC
James Ryan, a West Point graduate and peace activist, has filed a Criminal Complaint on 6 October 2014 at the International Criminal Court (ICC) at The Hague, The Netherlands against government leaders and officials of the United States, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Jordan as well as six other European countries. “These five principal malefactors have formed a criminal cabal that operates with impunity outside international law,” said Ryan.
The Complaint entitled Criminal Carnage in Syria by the Criminal Cabal for Perpetual War claims that illegal weapons transfers in violation of UN Security Council Resolutions 1970 and 1973, the EU Treaty (2008) regarding exports of military equipment and the Rome Statute, Articles 7 and 8, Crimes against Humanity and the Crime of Aggression were instrumental in committing the crime of aggression against the sovereign nation of Syria. The Complaint cites widespread and systematic violations of laws designed to end the impunity of perpetrators of the most serious crimes that plague the international community. “Humanity is fed up with war mongering, tough-guy politicians,” said Ryan. “When did you ever hear of a prime minister getting shot by a sniper or beheaded?”
Furthermore, secret arms transfers from Libya and eastern European nations, primarily through Turkey into Syria, fueled an enormous crime against humanity. “There are laws on the books to prevent these horrendous crimes,” Ryan said. “They must be enforced or humanity is doomed.” Because the prime minister of Turkey doesn’t like the president of Syria is no reason for him to create a hell on earth. Leaders like this must be tamed. And the law must be enforced and obeyed,” he said
Of the five principal members of the Cabal only Jordan is a signatory to the Rome Statute. Jordan, a particularly serious violator of the Statute, procured and delivered armaments and allowed foreign intelligence services to operate terrorist mercenary training camps in its territory. “These are bold and heinous crimes under the Rome Statute,” Ryan said. “One wonders why Jordan even bothered to be a signatory.” That the other four are not signatories is not a bar to their prosecution. The ICC has jurisdiction for prosecution of all of them due to the collusive criminal behavior of Jordan and the six European nations, all of whom signed to abide by the Rome Statute. “The weapons did not fall from the sky,” said Ryan. “They were launched and loaded from Rome Statute signatory countries. That’s where the aggression was planned, prepared and initiated. And that constitutes an ICC statutory crime.”
Violators of the Rome statute enjoy no immunity from prosecution nor is there a statute of limitations provision. Given the serial nature of the systematic and widespread nature of the crimes, arrest warrants are sought for the following suspects:
United States Citizens Barack Hussein Obama, Hillary Rodham Clinton, John Forbes Kerry, John Owen Brennan, Michael Joseph Morell, David Howell Petraeus, and Leon Edward Panetta;
Turkish citizens Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, Ahmet Davutoğlu and Hakan Fidan;
Saudi Arabian citizens King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz and Prince Saud al-Faisal;
Qatari citizens Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa and Al Thani Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani;
Jordnian citizens Abdullah II ibn al-Hussein and Abdullah Ensour;
Croatian citizens Ivo Josipović and Zoran Milanović;
Belgian citizen Elio Di Rupo;
Bulgarian citizens Boyko Borisov, Marin Raykov Nikolov and Plamen Vasilev Oresharski;
French citizen François Gérard Georges Nicolas Hollande;
Great Britain citizen David William Donald Cameron;
Romanian citizens Traian Băsescu and Victor-Viorel Ponta.
The International Criminal Court (ICC), governed by the Rome Statute, is a permanent, treaty-based, international criminal court established to help end impunity for the perpetrators of the most serious crimes of concern to the international community.