Tag Archive: ECCC

Ieng Sary Dead – Quo vadis Khmer Rouge Tribunal?

Former Khmer Rouge foreign minister, Ieng Sary, died Thursday morning, March 14, 2013, at the age of 87. KR war criminal. Ieng Sary passed away in a Phnom Penh hospital, while still under the… Continue reading

KR genocide: justice delayed – justice denied?

Under Cambodia’s murderous Khmer Rouge, Meas Mut and Sou Met, now two-star generals in their 80s, are said to have hauled prisoners to S-21, a torture center that symbolizes the horrors of a… Continue reading

Khmer Rouge Tribunal: A judicial snake-pit?

Dutch International criminal lawyer, Michiel Pestman, reflects on his year in Cambodia, defending “Brother Number Two” at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia. By Lorenza Bacino Pestman’s knowledge of Pol Pot… Continue reading

Cambodia: Khmer Rouge Trials in comatose mode.

TRIAL CHAMBER REDUCES NUMBER OF WEEKLY HEARING DAYS IN CASE 002/1. ECCC Press Release of October 23, 2012. The Trial Chamber of the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC) announces that… Continue reading

Cambodia Justice: Ieng Thirith, Khmer Rouge genocide defendant freed due to illness.

Cambodia’s war crimes tribunal set free a former leader of the Khmer Rouge on Sunday, upholding a decision that has outraged survivors seeking an explanation of the mass killings committed more than 30… Continue reading

Cambodia: ECCC – Swiss Judge Resigns Citing Interference.

The second judge in six months quits a Khmer Rouge war crime tribunal in Cambodia. The international co-investigating judge overseeing a U.N.-backed war tribunal in Cambodia resigned Monday, citing interference from his domestic… Continue reading

ECCC: Final Judgement of Appeals in Case 001 –

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Cambodian Government breaches terms of UN Khmer Rouge Tribunal (KRT).

Cambodia is refusing to permit a Swiss investigating judge to take his place on the tribunal trying suspected Khmer Rouge war crimes, blocking at least two pending cases. A spokesman for U.N. Secretary-General… Continue reading

Phnom Penh: Does Cambodian Government reject UN Judge?

In another blow to investigations for alleged genocide, war crimes, and crimes against humanity, Cambodian officials are set to reject a United Nations judge nominated for a court created for the crimes of… Continue reading

Cambodia: Will Justice begin for Victims of Khmer Rouge?

Yesterday, the Khmer Rouge tribunal opened one of the largest and most complex international criminal cases in history against three of the surviving senior leaders of Democratic Kampuchea. But will justice come to… Continue reading