My answer to Nowhere in the US Constitution does it say that our rights have an expiration date. How then can any "…
Answer by Desmond Last:
The International Convention of Human Rights to which the United States is a signatory has no time limitations both for Government and the Citizen.
Therefore, should I or an American Citizen want to take legal action against the Government of the United States, say for a situation of which they had knowledge of and allowed to happen on the day I was born, the 8th February 1956 then I could do so.
Could such a civil action than be transposed into the criminal law and applied as a criminal offence would then be up to the Supreme Court of the United States to decide.
However, the application of an International Arrest Warrant could be considered in lieu of the application of the American Justice System to be heard by the the International Court of Justice.
The ‘statute of limitations’ is not as absolute as some in Government may wish it to be.