The 3 Tests of Lawful Rebellion
Stage A: 'Test'
A1. Test 'The Law'
Reporting Her Majesty's War Crimes
Step 4. Report War Crimes Direct to International Criminal Court (ICC)
Activity & Outcome
1. Report Sent to the ICC Chief Prosecutor (12th November 2009)
A Crime Summary and Full Crime Report previously sent to both Suffolk Constabulary & The Metropolitan Police, together with an explanatory covering letter, were sent to The ICC
2. Reply Received from ICC (30th November 2009)
Click here for a larger copy of the response
As you can see below the Chief Prosecutors Office registered the report, issued a reference number, stated that the matter would be "...considered..." and that their decision would be sent to us with reasons for it.
However, no time scale was given for this.
3. Follow Up Sent to ICC (5th January 2010)
This letter thanked them for their action and asked them to give us some idea of the time scales involved for their decision
pdf of 2nd Letter to the ICC
click here for details of the article referred to in the letter
Progress Update - 12th May 2011
As yet no reply has been received to our last letter sent 5th Jan 2010
Although it's been 18 months since the crimes were first reported to the ICC 'A Freeman' plans to write one more time before proceeding to Step 6 (Attorney General)
ONGOING - FURTHER OUTCOMES WILL BE POSTED HERE