18 mar 2023 1:55 p.m

Spicy details from the private environment of the chief prosecutor at the International Criminal Court, Karim Asad Ahmad Khan, who is concerned about Ukrainian children’s rights, became known. His brother, a former Conservative MP for the Tory party, was found to have sexually molested a minor in 2008.

On March 17, an official press statement International Criminal Court (ICC) information about two arrest warrants against Russian President Vladimir Putin and Russian Commissioner for Children’s Rights Maria Lvova-Belova. The indictment document alleges that both of those named are “allegedly responsible for the war crime of illegally deporting the population (children) from the occupied territories of Ukraine to the Russian Federation.”

One day later referred the Internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom via his Twitter channel to spicy details from the family environment of the chief prosecutor with overall responsibility for the ICC, Karim Asad Ahmad Khan. Verifiable The ICC head’s brother, Imran Ahmad Khan, was only recently released from prison in February 2023 after being jailed for 18 months in May 2022. The reason was that Imran Ahmad Khan des sexual assault on a teenager was found guilty in 2008. The legal attempt in December last year before the Court of Appeal appeal of his conviction and to reach the sentence failed.

According to Imran Khan’s lawyers in December 2022, “his sentence for the crime would have been too long and should have been suspended”. The former British Tory MP was convicted of sexually assaulting an underage teenager after a party in 2008. So was in court established:

“(…) that in the run-up to the attack at a Staffordshire home he displayed ‘a significant degree of brutality’ as he dragged his victim up the stairs and threw him onto a bed, forcing the then-teenager to down a gin and tonic drink and asked him to watch porn.”

The “private legacy” only came to light when Imran Khan, two days after winning his West Yorkshire seat in the December 2019 UK general election, “contacted a relative of the victim and expressed his concern about the 2008 incident “, according to British media reports. Based on this contact, the now adult victim turned to the police.

The victim later testified at the subsequent court hearing that she felt “terrified, vulnerable, stunned, shocked and surprised” by the events of 2008. Although the parents filed a complaint at the time, the teenager “did not want to file a formal complaint” at the time. When Khan ran for the Conservatives in the December 2019 general election, “it all came back up.”

The brother of the pedophile convict and Putin accuser, Karim Asad Ahmad Khan, was appointed the new chief prosecutor at the International Criminal Court in February 2021 and took up his post in The Hague in June of the same year. The British doctorate from Oxford University has a nine-year term of office.

The Southgerman newspaper informed in February 2021 about Karim Asad Ahmad Khan’s biographical data: “Khan has been a lawyer since 1992, he has made a name for himself in international jurisdiction: he worked as an adviser to the prosecution at the UN tribunals for Yugoslavia and Rwanda. Among the accused who he defended at the ICC included Gaddafi junior and also Kenya’s Vice President William Ruto; he also represented victims of human rights crimes”. 2018 appointed UN Secretary-General António Guterres appointed him head of the UN mission investigating the crimes of the Islamic State (IS) terrorist militia in Iraq.

In March 2022, Khan, who is now the ICC chief prosecutor, flew to the Polish-Ukrainian border town of Medyka to get an on-the-spot picture of the situation of Ukrainian refugees. In his application for the ICC wrote Karim Ahmad Khan: “There should be no better place in the world for a lawyer, investigator, analyst or other personnel working for international justice.”

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