I guess them Zionists are not providing enough material on their mayhem, covert and overt atrocities etc lately. So, some thinker in the Guardian decided to try the archives, unearthing an old piece by a "Legal Correspondent", whatever it means. Its subject: legality of Eichmann's capture by Israel. A quote from the beginning of the article:
It is a cardinal principle of international law that a state must not perform acts of sovereignty in the territory of a foreign state. It is, therefore, a breach of international law for a state to send its agents to the territory of another state to apprehend persons accused of having committed a crime.And from its closing paragraph:
There is, in fact, a first duty upon the offending State to hand over the person in question to the State in whose territory he was apprehended. There is a duty, also to pay reparations for the offence committed. It could well be, therefore, that before the Israelis get the chance of putting Eichmann on trial they will have to bow to the authority of the United Nations to determine whether the removal of Eichmann from Argentina was lawful.Methinks we still could hand over the vermin to Argentina, if they are interested.
That is, if some Guardianista will agree to carry the bag...
Oh, and don't miss the comments to the piece!
P.S. A point in favor of the Brits: not all of them think like that "Legal Correspondent". To remind you the 2007 case of one Mustaf Jama, the murderer of WPC Sharon Beshenivsky. The creep's return to England was kinda interesting:
He went into hiding in Somaliland but was brought back to the UK to face justice in 2007 after an undercover operation to smuggle him out of Africa.And a good job too. Say no more, say no more...