Video interview with international prosecutors

Video interview with international prosecutors

Cambodia Tribunal Monitor has a post-verdict interview posted with international co-prosecutor Andrew Cayley and deputy prosecutor William Smith in which they talk about the judgment and compare the ECCC to other international tribunals at which they've worked. CTM has also posted an interview with John Ciorciari, a senior legal adviser at DC-Cam, as well as video of the verdict itself.

CTM Interviews International Co-Prosecutor Andrew Cayley and Deputy International Co-Prosecutor William Smith - Part 1 from Cambodia Tribunal Monitor on Vimeo.

 

CTM Interviews International Co-Prosecutor Andrew Cayley and Deputy International Co-Prosecutor William Smith - Part 2 from Cambodia Tribunal Monitor on Vimeo.

 

CTM Discusses ECCC and Duch Judgment with Expert Commentator Professor John Ciorciari from Cambodia Tribunal Monitor on Vimeo.

 

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