Pinochet And Justice

GUESTS: BRENDAN PADDY Amnesty International Spokesperson based in London for the Pinochet hearing CAROLINA PICA Chilean reporter covering story for Bridge News Agency JIM FEINERMAN Associate Professor of International Law, Georgetown University Chairman, International Programs Committee, Georgetown, University The extradition trial of Augusto Pinochet has begun in England. If extradited, the former Chilean dictator could face trial in Spain on charges of crimes against humanity. But is it right to take Pinochet's fate out of the hands of the people who suffered under his rule? Join Melinda Penkava and guests for a look at the Pinochet case, and the questions it raises about extradition, sovereignty, and who has the right to enforce justice, on the next Talk of the Nation, from NPR News.

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