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S. Hrg. 108-174: Prosecuting Iraqi War Crimes: A Consideration of the Different Forum Options: Hearing before the Committee on Governmental Affairs, United States Senate, One Hundred Eighth Congress, First Session, April 10, 2003   [open pdf - 2MB]

The purpose of this hearing is to hear testimonies on the issue creating a war crimes tribunal for the war in Iraq. The main question before this Committee today is how best those war crimes committed by Saddam Hussein's regime should be prosecuted with legitimacy both for the Iraqi people and for the international community. Options available range from international tribunals sanctioned by the United Nations to the domestic courts of Iraq or perhaps even the United States. Witnesses, statements and submissions: Arlen Specter, Susan Collins, Thomas Carper, Frank Lautenberg, Pierre-Richard Prosper, W. Hays Parks, David Scheffer, Ruth Wedgwood, and Tom Malinowski.

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