Posted by: AIJI Trial Monitor | November 11, 2012

KRT Trial Monitor C002 – Issue 43 (12 and 14 November 2012)

This week the Chamber held a two-day hearing as Tuesday was slated for the Appeal hearing before the Supreme Court Chamber on Ieng Thirith’s unconditional release from detention. The Trial Chamber firstly heard the responses from the relevant Parties on Dr. John Campbell’s testimony of Ieng Sary’s health and fitness last week, whereby the Accused’s counsel suggested the Trial Chamber delay ruling on this issue. The week also saw the testimony of Witness Pe Chuy Chip Se, former Clerk at Pongro Security Center and the start of Civil Party Meas Saran’s. This week’s hearings were managed effectively, although some sessions lasted beyond the usual end time during the
Witness’ testimony.

KRT Trial Monitor Issue No. 43 – Hearing on Evidence Week 38 (12 and 14 November 2012).

Read the report:

English – Khmer

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