So what does the International Criminal Court have to say about the “Make Kony Famous” campaign?

The International Criminal Court (ICC), located at The Hauge in the Netherlands, is a “cout of last resort.” It is the result of the “Rome Statue,” a treaty signed by 120 countries which allows the court to prosecute international perpetrators of “the gravest of crimes” such as “genocide,” “crimes against humanity,” and “war crimes.” If Joseph Kony is caught and brought to justice, he will be tried at the ICC. In light of this fact, what does the ICC think about Invisible Children’s “Make Kony Famous,” campaign? According to the BBC: “The International Criminal Court’s chief prosecutor has said he supports a new campaign to capture alleged Ugandan war criminal Joseph Kony….” Read more at the BBC News website….

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