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ICC is worst justice say key US rights, justice leaders
By Deborah Dupre , Human Rights Examiner
Leading American human rights, justice leaders say ICC is causing 'more harm than good'
On Thursday, in preparation for International Justice Day 2011 on July 17, some of America's key human rights and justice leaders stated strong disagreement with the International Criminal Court (ICC) actions, calling it the worst form of justice, while William Pace, Convenor of the Coalition for the International Criminal Court (CICC) advised online conference participants that the Rome Statute, the treaty that created the ICC, is a great peace treaty and major disarmament treaty. American rights and justice defenders said Thursday that ICC is fueling wars, failing to hold all war criminals accountable, and the warrant for arrest of Muammar Gadaffi caused more harm than good.