Skip to comments.UN rights chief seeks details on Bin Laden killing
Posted on 05/03/2011 5:31:13 PM PDT by Typical_Whitey
GENEVA The U.N.'s top human rights official says the global body wants details on the death of Osama bin Laden.
U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay says the raid on the al-Qaida leader's hideaway in Pakistan "was a complex operation, and it would be helpful if we knew the precise facts surrounding his killing."
Pillay has frequently stressed the importance of respecting international law during counter-terror operations
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The U.N.’s top human rights official says the global body wants details on the death of Osama bin Laden.
And the WH gets it wrong again.
oh those pesky details....
I dare the U. N. to try to build a case around Laden’s death.
In fact I triple dare them.
The U. S. public would kick that institution so far off U. S. soil, we’d need a JPL explorer craft to do a fly by to get a status report.
International Criminal Court, go for it. This is a defining moment. You folks try that routine on this one, and you’ll get your asses handed to you so fast you won’t know what hit you.
The U. S. public isn’t unified on much, but this they will defend as one.
Just try it folks. Let U. S. citizens see your true colors. Please!
Ya nailed it:
“I dare the U. N. to try to build a case around Ladens death.
In fact I triple dare them.
The U. S. public would kick that institution so far off U. S. soil, wed need a JPL explorer craft to do a fly by to get a status report.
International Criminal Court, go for it. This is a defining moment. You folks try that routine on this one, and youll get your asses handed to you so fast you wont know what hit you.
The U. S. public isnt unified on much, but this they will defend as one.
Just try it folks. Let U. S. citizens see your true colors. Please!”
Point of interest: Did the U. N. Rights Commission or the I. C. C. ever issue a detainment order for Obama? If so, did they execute an effort to find and arrest him?
Not to my knowledge. It wasn’t deemed important. He was just a terrorist.
Now, if the U. S. goes after the guy, there’s something the U. N. and I. C. C. need to take action to correct.
Steam must be coming out of my ears right now...
>> The U. S. public isnt unified on much, but this they will defend as one.
Unfortunately, that honorable and patriotic perspective is not embraced by the Left and possibly many Democrats when it concerns the likes of Rumsfeld, Bush, and Cheney.
Thank you Piytar.
That goes double for me. Tell the UN human rights chief to go F himself. The mission is secret . Keep it that way. No explanation is necessary to these turds.
Here we go! I was waiting for this!
Pass the popcorn!
I would wager there were plenty of Lefties out celebrating Obama’s Victory the other night.
It might not have been the DU variety, but some things do transcend political lines.
You can’t convince me those three thousand lost souls were all Republicans.
Personally I think...I'm very, very, very safe.
Frankly I'd love to be wrong....but I'm not.
Oops, did it again. ...for Osama? That’s twice today.
What if we don’t give it to them. Are they going to move out of New York?
Details of OBL’s death follows for the UN:
1. We were looking for him, responsible for over 3k American deaths.
2. After years of searching, we got a good clue where he was and found it valid enough to send a team to investigate.
3. The team found OBL, he did not appear to be willing to face Americans in court and argue his point of view.
4. The team then shot him, killing him.
5. We then treated his body with more respect than he deserved, more respect than he gave Americans.
6. We buried him at sea.
If you want any more information on his death, please feel free to piss us off, or go take a long walk off a short pier. Either way, you will get the chance to ask OBL yourself.
(can’t say what I want here)
I wondering if pretty soon the Nobel committee will be asking for their little trinket back...
The U.N. can KMA.
Who made you king, Navi? Oh, it's the UN, where every bureaucrat is king.
I can think of few things that will so readily clarify for the general public the damage the UN portends as this. I hope this idiot's pompous musings are broadcast far and wide.
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