Crimes before the ICTY: Prijedor





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Published on Jul 4, 2013

On 6th of August 1992, British journalists from ITN and Guardian unveiled to the world the existence of camps for non-Serb civilians in the area of Prijedor in north-western Bosnia and Herzegovina. Shocking images of emaciated inmates in just a few days circled the planet and shook the conscience of humanity. Barely two months later, a process was set in motion which would change the face of international criminal justice forever. Through interviews with protagonists and courtroom footage, Crimes before the ICTY: Prijedor depicts the discovery of the camps and the subsequent process that led to establishment of the first international criminal Tribunal since WWII, as well as the judicial outcome of the crimes committed in this municipality.

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