In St. Petersburg, a man found a dead body in his apartment in the morning.
The frightened man called the police. It turned out that the day before he had invited an acquaintance to visit. The two men had dinner and drank alcohol together. Afterwards, the owner of the apartment went to bed, but his guest stayed in the kitchen, where he suddenly died at night.
The man said that he knew very little about the deceased. He only knew that the man's name was Vladimir. The man's body was sent to a forensic medical examination to determine the cause of his death.
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?