Videos from Khieu Samphan hearing

last Thursday's Khieu Samphan hearing on the blog. We've been having some trouble so, in the meantime, you can view a couple of the video clips on YouTube. " />

Videos from Khieu Samphan hearing

I've been working with the Post's webmaster to try to post video clips from last Thursday's Khieu Samphan hearing on the blog. We've been having some trouble so, in the meantime, you can view a couple of the video clips on YouTube.

The first shows lawyer Jacques Verges addressing reporters after his client's hearing. The second records the heated argument that broke out between Khieu's defense team and Khmer Rouge survivors.

* Pictured: Civil parties read a prepared statement after Khieu's hearing.

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