Duch trial details to be determined

previous post, I wrote that more details about the potential schedule for the trial of "Comrade Duch" would be available at the end of last week. This does not appear to be the case. " />

Duch trial details to be determined

In a previous post, I wrote that more details about the potential schedule for the trial of "Comrade Duch" would be available at the end of last week. This does not appear to be the case. According to a statement from the court, details about the trial schedule will not be available until after the Feb. 17 Initial Hearing is held.

Meanwhile, although Phnom Penh's Municipal Court is investigating corruption allegations at the tribunal, prosecutors claim the probe will not interfere with Duch's trial.

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