International racial profiling grants a license to kill

Fancher, Mark P.
August 2012
Michigan Citizen;8/19/2012, Vol. 34 Issue 41, pA6
The author discusses aspects on the International Criminal Court (ICC) and the crime made by some officials in other countries such as Africa, U.S. and Afghanistan.


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