If immigration is indeed “invasion,” then US law enforcement committed a war crime at the juncture of gang turf lines (“US-Mexico border”) yesterday.

But who can bring the perpetrators to jusice?

Presumably the US regime would exercise its veto power over any UN Security Council resolution holding it accountable.

However …

While the stories I’m reading on the war crimes (use of chemical weapons) aren’t specific enough to tell for sure, it seems that the US regime thugs sent their CS canisters flying over to the Mexican side of the turf line.

Mexico is signatory to the Rome Statute, which brings war crimes committed on its claimed turf — and the war criminals who commit them, whatever their nationality and whether or not THEIR government has ratified the Statute — under the jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court.

Time for the court to take notice, procure permission from its Pre-Trial Chamber to open an investigation, and issue Interpol Red Notices for the arrests of Donald J. Trump, Heimatsicherheitsdienst (“Homeland Security”) secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Kevin McAleenan, US Border Patrol Chief Carla Provost, and all others for whom probable cause can be established vis a vis involvement in conspiring to commit, ordering, or actually carrying out the attacks.

Imported from the original KN@PPSTER