Instead of ISIS, The Hague is investigating US soldiers

The Hague is too busy to hunt ISIS butchers on the run. Instead it is investigating Afghanistan, including the US Armed Forces and the CIA.

Instead of hunting ISIS leaders fleeing in Syria and Iraq to orchestrate a Nuremberg style trial of the Islamic butchers, the Criminal Court in The Hague is investigating US forces alongside the Taliban.

The Public Prosecutor of the Court, Fatou Bensouda, has just started an investigation of Afghanistan. US military personnel, along with the Taliban, could be put on trial for committing “crimes against humanity.” This is the first time since 9/11.

Under investigation at The Hague are the Taliban of the Haqqani network, the Afghan security forces, the US Armed Forces and the CIA. The latter will also be held liable for acts committed in secret detention centers located in Lithuania, Poland and Romania, as well as in Afghanistan.