Should Journalists Testify at War Crime Tribunals?
Guests:

Jonathan Randal
*Journalist, reported about the Bosnian conflict for The Washington Post

On Wednesday, former Washington Post reporter Jonathan Randal successfully fought a subpoena to testify before the United War Crimes Tribunal in the Hague. In 1993 Randal wrote an article in which he quoted a Bosnian Serb official accused of persecuting and expelling more than 100,000 non-Serbs. The appeals court ruled that Randal would not have to testify about the interview and that war correspondents should be allowed a limited exemption from being compelled to testify in war crimes tribunals. Randal joins host Neal Conan to discuss the impact of the decision on war coverage.

Should Journalists Testify at War Crime Tribunals?

Should Journalists Testify at War Crime Tribunals?

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Guests:

Jonathan Randal
*Journalist, reported about the Bosnian conflict for The Washington Post

On Wednesday, former Washington Post reporter Jonathan Randal successfully fought a subpoena to testify before the United War Crimes Tribunal in the Hague. In 1993 Randal wrote an article in which he quoted a Bosnian Serb official accused of persecuting and expelling more than 100,000 non-Serbs. The appeals court ruled that Randal would not have to testify about the interview and that war correspondents should be allowed a limited exemption from being compelled to testify in war crimes tribunals. Randal joins host Neal Conan to discuss the impact of the decision on war coverage.