The NYPD has released a United Nations diplomat accused of raping one of his neighbors because he has diplomatic immunity. According to the authorities, the rapist was protected because he is a United Nations foreign minister covered by diplomatic immunity.
According to the U.S. State Department, The notion of diplomatic immunity has its roots in ancient Greek and Roman times, when it was awarded as special status to envoys. The U.S. adopted its legislation in 1790, giving “absolute immunity” to diplomats and their families and servants, and revised the law over the years.
46-year-old Charles Dickens Imene Oliha, a career diplomat […]
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