There are always more questions than answers when the international community debates the prosecution of war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide. The ICC is still in the phase of firsts with prosecuting indicted genocidists, and as such, is marginally decisive. That said, it is one of the most important international bodies every created and should be allowed a wide berth to stumble its way through its mission to tear down the wall of impunity and sovereignty that most oppressive governments hide behind. The ICC s primary challenge is finding an agreeable enforcement/arrest mechanism, i.e. military apprehension of indicted individuals. Although al Bashir will not, realistically, face arrest until he is deposed by some internal force, the issuance of the ICC indictment bothered him enough to compel him to kick-out every foreign aid agency operating in Sudan. That could be seen as an indication of the ICC s credibility, even in a mind as evil as al Bashir's.