When the patient was taken to the hospital he had no documents just a medical note alleging something was wrong with the man's headMany readers still remember the story about the last prisoner of WWII, a Hungarian by nationality, who returned to his native land three years ago. Even now, several years after his repatriation, people still call the Vyatsky Krai newspaper's editorial office and ask about the fate of the former prisoner of war from the German army. The man stayed in a local mental hospital for 55 years! At the age of 22 Toma Andras had been taken to a mental hospital in the Russian city of Kotelnich from a military hospital situated on the railway station Bystryagi in 1947. A doctor from the military hospital supplied the patient with a covering letter and informed his colleagues in Kotelnich about the following facts
Is it possible for aggrieved nations to gain favorable international tribunal rulings against the US that force it to pay a price for its crimes?