Related Rule
Practice Relating to Rule 65. Perfidy
Nicaragua’s Emblem Law (2002) provides:
Any person who, intentionally and inviting the good faith of the adversary, leading him to believe that he has the right to, or the obligation to accord, the protection provided for under the rules of international humanitarian law by using the emblem of the Red Cross or of a distinctive signal in a perfidious manner, has committed, or given the order to commit, acts which cause the death or seriously injure the body or health of an adversary, shall be punished in accordance with the criminal legislation in force. 
Nicaragua, Emblem Law, 2002, Article 12.