Sharon Trial NPR's Nick Spicer reports that lawyers accusing Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon with war crimes made their case in Brussels court for the first time today. The lawyers representing a group of Palestinian and Lebanese survivors of the 1982 Sabra and Chatila refugee camp massacres in Beirut claim they have documents that establish Sharon's "command responsibility" in the deaths of hundreds who were killed by a Lebanese Christian military ally of Israel's.
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NPR's Nick Spicer reports that lawyers accusing Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon with war crimes made their case in Brussels court for the first time today. The lawyers representing a group of Palestinian and Lebanese survivors of the 1982 Sabra and Chatila refugee camp massacres in Beirut claim they have documents that establish Sharon's "command responsibility" in the deaths of hundreds who were killed by a Lebanese Christian military ally of Israel's.