From 30 January 2012 to 2 February 2012, the Parties questioned Accused Nuon Chea, Witness Ms. Prak Yut, a low-level Khmer Rouge official, and Witness Mr. Youk Chhang, Director of the Documentation Center of Cambodia (DC-Cam).
On Monday morning, the Prosecution concluded their examination of Nuon Chea, who was thereafter allowed to retire to his holding cell. Civil Party lawyers and Defense counsels concluded their questioning of Prak Yut on Monday afternoon. On Tuesday, Nuon Chea answered questions from Civil Party Lawyers and his own international counsel, Mr. Michiel Pestman. The Prosecution, followed by the Civil Party lawyers, and the Khieu Samphan and the Nuon Chea Defense, proceeded to question Youk Chhang. The Parties will conclude Youk Chhang’s examination on Monday, 6 February.
Read the report:
KRT Trial Monitor Issue No. 11 – Hearing on Evidence Week 6 (30 January – 2 April 2012) corresponding to Episode 8 of Facing Justice.
English – Khmer
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