18. Verdict of the Second Session

The International War Crimes Tribunal does as a result of deliberations render its verdict as follows:
     Is the Government of Thailand guilty of complicity in the aggression committed by the United States Government against Vietnam?
     Yes (unanimously).
     Is the Government of the Philippines guilty of complicity in the aggression committed by the United States Government against Vietnam?
     Yes (unanimously).
     Is the Government of Japan guilty of complicity in the aggression committed by the United States Government against Vietnam?
     Yes, by 8 Votes to 3.
     (The three Tribunal members who voted against agree that the Japanese Government gives considerable aid to the Government of the United States, but do not agree on its complicity in the crime of aggression.)
     Has the United States Government committed aggression against the people of Laos, according to the definition provided by international law?
     Yes (unanimously).
     Have the armed forces of the United States used or experimented with weapons prohibited by the laws of war?
     Yes (unanimously). {365}
     Have prisoners of war captured by the armed forces of the United States been subjected to treatment prohibited by the laws of war?
     Yes (unanimously).
     Have the armed forces of the United States subjected the civilian population to inhuman treatment prohibited by international law?
     Yes (unanimously).
     Is the United States Government guilty of genocide against the people of Vietnam?
     Yes (unanimously).
 
 

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