After a three-week recess, the Trial Chamber opened sessions for 2012 with the testimonies of Civil Parties Klan Fit and Romam Yun, and Accused Nuon Chea and Khieu Samphan. It was a week punctuated by tense, and at times, impassioned exchanges between the personalities in the courtroom. This issue of KRT Trial Monitor reports on the legal and procedural issues in contention this week, and surveys the continued reception of documentary and testimonial evidence related to the history of Democratic Kampuchea.
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KRT Trial Monitor Issue No. 8 – Hearing on Evidence Week 3 (10-12 January 2012) corresponds with Facing Justice Episode 5
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