Debate: Does Europe’s justice system ignore human rights criminals?
This type of authorized motion is way too uncommon an incidence within the EU, the Süddeutsche Zeitung laments:
“The Saudi crown prince, who systematically orders battle crimes to be carried out in Yemen, owns a chateau in France the place he spends the summer season recovering from the exertions of flaying folks. The Thai king, who has dissidents crushed up, tortured and imprisoned, maintains a number of residences in Bavaria, together with the Grand Lodge Sonnenbichl in Garmisch. Iranian grandees come to Hanover for medical therapy. … Europe rolls out the crimson carpet as a result of cash guidelines. There’s nothing to stop Europeans from bringing individuals who commit crimes in opposition to humanity to justice much more typically in accordance with the common jurisdiction precept. Sweden is proving that.”