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.

Guest:

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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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.

Guest:

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