US servicemen may be charged for ‘aiding and abetting war crimes’ in Yemen

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Pentagon and State Department warned that US GIs may be guilty of war crimes in Yemen.

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US servicemen may be charged for ‘aiding and abetting war crimes’ in Yemen – Congressman

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US military personnel may be subject to war crimes probes if the Saudi-led coalition hits civilian targets in Yemen because the US refuels the coalition’s jets, Ted Lieu warned in a letter to Pentagon chief Ashton Carter and Secretary of State John Kerry.

A man stands on the rubble of a prison struck by Arab coalition warplanes in al-Zaydiyah district of the Red Sea port city of Hodeidah, Yemen October 30, 2016 © Abduljabbar Zeyad

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Lieu, a Democratic member of the House of Representatives and a former US Air Force lawyer, argued that while the US distanced itself from reviewing and selecting targets in Yemen, it nevertheless could bear responsibility for the Saudi-led coalition air strikes if they hit civilians…

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