Was reminded of this Grigg classic upon hearing news that the Previous Occupant (hock, spit) is cancelling his visit to Geneva on fears that the Swiss may actually arrest him on torture charges. (Presuming that threat is indeed credible: thank you, Switzerland, for being willing to do one of those jobs that Americans won't.)
On the other hand: that's a lot of sound and fury, but how big is the sack, really? Would the Swiss apply the principle equally if the Current Occupant (hock, spit), who has already, in the words of Arthur Silber, "doubled down on every single policy" of his predecessor (including but by no means limited to torture, assassination, and secrecy) that he and so many of his supporters decried so loudly and for so long, were to set foot in the same place? Not the ex-tyrant--the current one. The one with the drone army (and isn't that just a multi-entendre term?), the Big Red Button, 24/7 command of the Legions, and the fanatical support of all those who love empire more than liberty.
Now THAT would be worthy of a William Tell award.
Please, go read the Grigg article, and share it with people who need to know. It was magnificent then, and it still is today.