The ICC is backing down from investigating US war crimes in Afghanistan. They blame it on US government stonewalling & the denial of a visa to the primary investigator but what’s to stop them from going to Afghanistan where the crimes were committed & interviewing those subjected to torture or who saw their loved ones & neighbors massacred, tortured, or bombed to death? Don’t the voices of Afghans count for anything in that investigation? What did they think they’d get out of officials in DC? A confession?