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  • UK soldiers hit by war crimes claims unlikely to face criminal trials

    The Service Prosecution Authority said independent investigators had since dismissed almost all of the allegations due to the 'low level' of offending and a lack of credible evidence.

    Mail Online
  • Pompeo: U.S. Could Make Moves Against International Criminal Court In “Coming Days”

    Matthew Petti Security, “I think that the ICC and the world will see that we are determined to prevent having Americans and our friends and allies in Israel and elsewhere hauled in by this corrupt ICC.” U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said that the United States will “push back” against the “corrupt” International Criminal Court in the coming days. Pompeo has slammed the international tribunal over its inquiries into U.S. actions in Afghanistan and Israeli actions in the Palestinian...

    The National Interest
  • Court upholds 100-year sentence in Lisle home invasion, sexual assault

    The Illinois Second District Appellate Court has upheld a 100-year prison sentence for a Texas man convicted in 2017 of sexually assaulting a Lisle woman during a home invasion in 1999. | Sun-Times file photo The appellate court found Roberto Noyola-Espinal was eligible for a sentence of 24 to 120 years in prison and the court did not abuse its discretion with a sentence within that range. An Illinois appellate court has upheld a 100-year sentence imposed on a Texas man for sexually...

    Chicago Sun-Times