Par example, the International Court, whose wheels grind slowly and very fine, indeed, convicted Charles Taylor for being a vicious, corrupt little Kinglet and, by the way, fomenting war in a neighboring country during his stint as President of Liberia. He got 50 years.
And as that bout of justice-mongering ended, another one kicked off, with Andy Coulson, the former editor of News of the World, Rupert Murdoch's defunct
While both of these events are laudable, there is no room for complacency, as Graham Chapman might have put it. Consider:
- Rupert Murdoch himself has yet to be charged with anything.
- The species-er movement, a group of people who are demanding DNA tests to determine whether Donald Trump is actually human, remains underfunded and out of the mainstream.
- Although the TSA nearly got him, Henry Kissinger managed to shoot his way out of an ambush and is still at large.