Hague Invasion Congress has approved the, "American Service Members Protection Act." It is designed to protect any American who might be called before the soon-to-be established International Criminal Court in The Hague. The act authorizes the president to use "all means necessary" to free any American held by the tribunal. The Dutch are outraged and have dubbed the measure "The Hague Invasion Act." Gregory Crouch reports.
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Congress has approved the, "American Service Members Protection Act." It is designed to protect any American who might be called before the soon-to-be established International Criminal Court in The Hague. The act authorizes the president to use "all means necessary" to free any American held by the tribunal. The Dutch are outraged and have dubbed the measure "The Hague Invasion Act." Gregory Crouch reports.