The 17th episode of “Facing Justice”, the weekly TV program on Case 002 before the ECCC, which airs on CTN every Monday at 3:00 pm. Produced by AIJI and KMF.
Hearings of 23 – 26 April 2012.
This week in “Facing Justice”: Defense Counsel Michael Karnavas, Witness Saloth Ban, Prosecutor Chan Dararasmey, President Nil Nonn, Prosecutor Vincent de Wilde, Civil Party Lawyer Chet Vanly, Judge Jean-Marc Lavergne, Interview: Defense Counsel Kong Sam Onn, Guess: Latt Ky.
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