Robert Destro, professor, law, was quoted in a Catholic News Agency story on the recent chemical attack in Syria.
... The use of poison gas on civilians is a war crime, but under international criminal law the perpetrator is not known right now with complete certainty, Professor Robert Destro, an international law expert at the Catholic University of America’s Columbus School of Law, explained to CNA.
“We need to know who did it,” he insisted. “There are certain things that you are just not allowed to do.”
There are several actions countries could take to find the perpetrators and hold them accountable, he said, one approach being to use international criminal law, filing an indictment against the guilty party in an international criminal tribunal. ...
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