Tag Archives: witness protection

First ICC witness tampering trial: All you need to know

The trial of five men suspected of interfering with witnesses opens at the ICC next week. Involving politicians and defense lawyers, it the first such case to come before the Court. Here’s all you need to know to bring you … Continue reading

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Debating witness protection in atrocity crime trials

Experts discuss approaches to best support witnesses in international atrocity crimes trials on International Criminal Justice Today’s latest online roundtable.

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Kenya: Answers needed in Eldoret

In this post from the International Justice Monitor, Elizabeth Evenson of Human Rights Watch calls for credible investigations into the recent deaths of two men in the context of the ongoing ICC case against Kenyan deputy President William Ruto and broadcaster … Continue reading

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Is enough being done to protect ICC witnesses?

The past weeks have seen several witnesses withdraw from the ICC prosecutor’s case against Deputy Kenyan President William Ruto and Kenyan journalist Joshua Sang, saying they are afraid to testify. While witness support and protection is the ICC’s primary responsibility, … Continue reading

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