October 13, 2011 -- David Kaye, the executive director of UCLA Law's International Human Rights Law Program, commented on whether an alleged plot to assassinate the Saudi Arabian ambassador to the United States may have violated a U.N. treaty protecting diplomats. His comments appear in a Reuters article.
"This is one of those areas where there's not really too much fuzziness. It's very clear that these kind of people (diplomats), these kind of officials, they're immune from attack," said David Kaye, executive director of the UCLA School of Law's International Human Rights Law Program.
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