This week’s hearings spanned the course of three days, during which the Chamber heard the testimony of three alleged former S-21 staff. Him Huy, who also testified last week, returned to the witness stand to be examined by the Parties. Subsequently the Chamber heard testimony from Prak Khorn. It further attempted to start the examination of Kok Sros during the day’s last session, but a procedural debate interrupted his testimony, which will resume on Monday, 27 July 2009.
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KRT Trial Monitor C001 Issue No. 14 – Hearing on Evidence (Week Ending 26 July 2009) corresponds with Duch on Trial Episode 13
English – Khmer
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