War Crimes

As more and more of Iraq's most-wanted are captured, another debate begins. What charges might they face? And who has jurisdiction? Join host Neal Conan and guests to discuss how to try Iraq's war criminals.


Eric Stover
*Director of the Human Rights Center at the University of California at Berkeley
*Professor of Public Health

Richard Dicker
*International Justice Director at Human Rights Watch

Ruth Wedgewood
*Senior Fellow, Council on Foreign Relations
*Johns Hopkins International Law Professor SERMID AL-SARRAF *American Muslim attorney of Iraqi dessent ...lived in Iraq under Saddam Hussein *member of the Iraqi Jurist Association...largest group of lawyers, judges and law professors outside of Iraq

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