23 Jun, 2015
June 15 – As you surely heard, Sudan’s president, Omar al-Bashir, was able to visit South Africa and then fly out today ahead of calls for his arrest for charges pending against him in the International Criminal Court stemming from the genocide in Darfur.
He was able to get away because some in South Africa do not accept the authority of the ICC. National Public Radio covered the story this morning, and reporter Ofeibea Quist-Arcton was asked by host David Green why authorities in South Africa let him get away. She let this slip in the final seconds: