The Kuala Lumpur War Crimes Tribunal is hearing the accusations against the United States of America for acts committed on detainees in Iraq. The accusations are unutterably shocking and are serious enough to merit hearing under as war crimes, and as such are covered by jus cogens and customary international law.
The accused: U.S. President George W. Bush and his associates namely Richard Cheney, former U.S. Vice President, Donald Rumsfeld, former Defence Secretary, Alberto Gonzales, then Counsel to President Bush, David Addington, then General Counsel to the Vice-President, William Haynes II, then General Counsel to Secretary of Defense, Jay Bybee, then Assistant Attorney General, and John Choon Yoo, former Deputy Assistant Attorney-General.
If the accused are found guilty, The Tribunal will do the following:
1. Recommend to the Commission to file reports with the International Criminal Court against the accused;
2. Recommend to the Commission that the names of the convicted criminals be included in the Commission's Register of War Criminals and publicised accordingly.
3. The findings must be communicated to all countries that have acceded to the Rome Statute and are possessed of universal jurisdiction.
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