The International Tribunal for Natural Justice is modeled after the Nuremberg Tribunals which were held to hold accountable the perpetrators of war crimes and crimes against humanity after World War II.
The accused were made aware of the charges against them, brought before their accusers, and given an opportunity to defend themselves in a public forum.
As the story unfolds in public view, through the facts which will be revealed within the first several cases the ITNJ has chosen to put on its docket, it will become clear that while history was made by publicly bringing many war criminals to justice, many more of them escaped accountability by hiding in the shadows.
The ITNJ has chosen its first cases in order to shine a light on those shadows which will reveal the real perpetrators of crimes against humanity.
For more information on tribunal history, please visit the ITNJ People’s Law Library.