Uncertain justice

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Author(s) The Guardian editorial board
Source The Guardian
Date November 6, 2006
URL http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/story/0,,1940379,00.html
Quotes-start.png "None of the judges and lawyers showed an understanding of international criminal law; court administration was chaotic. Reliance on anonymous witnesses undercut the defendants' right to confront witnesses and test their evidence. The murder of four defence lawyers and the removal of a judge under political pressure made the whole thing a black farce." Quotes-end.png

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