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ICTR: Rukundo: Appeals Chamber Finds former Military Champlain Guilty of "Aiding and Abetting" Genocide and CAH, Reverses Conviction for "Commission"
By Editor | Published: October 25, 2010
2010-10-20, Arusha, Tanzania. “The Chamber affirmed the conviction of Rukundo, a former Military Chaplain, for genocide and for murder and extermination as crimes against humanity in relation to the events related to Saint Joseph’s College and for the killing of Tutsi refugees abducted from the Saint Léon Minor Seminary. But it did so on the [...]
By Editor | Published: April 24, 2010
2010-04-20, The Hague, The Netherlands. The Appeals Chamber, by majority, made a decision to hear a testimony of Miodrag Panic. The Defence argues that his testimony will invalidate Sljivancanin’s conviction for aiding and abetting murder as a war crime. The issue of whether the evidentiary hearing itself is justified (on the ground that the testimony [...]