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How many people really support War Crime trial in Bangladesh?


Written By: DavidBergman
02/11/2014 22:35 02/11/2014 22:29
BD War crime trial

The Daily Star editor Mahfuz Anam's recent article on the International Crimes Tribunal's recent judgment on Nizami, which is in strong support of the process, has criticised the idea that the  'country is divided' about the tribunals, arguing in fact they have....    Full story...

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Initial thoughts on Nizami conviction


Written By: DavidBergman
29/10/2014 19:52 29/10/2014 19:45
BD War crime trial

Motiur Rahman Nizami was today sentenced to death for crimes he was alleged to have committed during the country's 1971 War of Independence. He was charged with 16 offences, convicted of eight, and sentenced to death in relation to four. Putting the issue of the death penalty aside for....    Full story...

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Why Molla should not be executed ?


Written By: DavidBergman
12/12/2013 13:38
Human rights

Yes, I do not support the death penalty, but that is not why I am against the execution of Molla.  Yes, I think there are many legal inadequacies in the International Crimes (Tribunal) Act 1973, but that is also really not the reason? Yes, I am aware of the many controversies and scandals....    Full story...

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What HRW, Amnesty and ICJ say about Quader Molla death sentence


Written By: DavidBergman
24/09/2013 2:19 24/09/2013 2:12
BD War crime trial

Here are the views of two international human rights organizations, and one international jurist organization to the appellate division decision on Quader Mollah which sentenced him on 17 September 2013 to death (see here for details of offense and here for what might happen....    Full story...

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Sukharanjan Bali, the BBC and Bangladesh’s media


Written By: DavidBergman
22/05/2013 1:51
BD War crime trial

  When New Age decided to go ahead and publish its story based on a statement given by Sukharanjan Bali in which he confirmed his abduction from outside the gates of the international crimes tribunal, the paper knew that there would be many within the government and the media - at least....    Full story...

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About DavidBergman

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    David Bergman is a Bangladesh based journalist who has since August 2010 worked as Editor, Special Reports for the Bangladesh National Newspaper, New Age. These are following two blog he maintain.

    http://bangladeshwarcrimes.blogspot.com
    http://bangladeshwarcrimes.blogspot.co.uk/ 

    This account is maintain by his FAN. Unedited post from his personal blog publishes here.

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