ROME, June 17 (LSN) – Bill Richardson, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, addressed delegates this morning at the UN conference on establishing an International Criminal Court, proposing limits on the reach of the proposed court and the process of triggering prosecutions. Richardson warned the court must not act as “a human rights ombudsman.” He also suggested the U.N. Security Council or a signatory state should be responsible for bringing forward cases for the court to pursue rather than allowing the court’s prosecutor to do so.  Justice Richard Goldstone, the first chief prosecutor of the former Yugoslavia and Rwanda tribunals,  attacked the U.S. position, alleging that an International Criminal Court would have no credibility if the Court or its prosecutor were made subject to the Security Council.