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Witness Anonymity is Inconsistent with Due Process

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1 See International Tribunal for the Prosecution of Persons Responsible for Serious Violations of International Humanitarian Law Committed in the Territory of Former Yugoslavia since 1991, Rules of Procedure and Evidence, as amended Oct. 6, 1995, UN Doc. IT/32/Rev.6 (1995) [hereinafter Rules].

2 See Statute of the International Tribunal, UN Doc. S/25704, annex (1993), reprinted in 32 ILM 1192 (1993) [hereinafter Statute].

3 Christine M. Chinkin, Due Process and Witness Anonymity, supra p. 75, 75.

4 Id. at 76.

5 Prosecutor v. TadiĆ, Decision on the Prosecutor’s Motion Requesting Protective Measures for Victims and Witnesses, UN Doc. IT-94-1-T (Aug. 10, 1995) (Stephen, J., dissenting).

6 Chinkin, supra note 3, at 76.

7 Id. at 77.

8 International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, Dec. 16, 1966, 999 UNTS 171.

9 See Statute, supra note 2, Art. 20(4), and Rules, supra note 1, Rule 79.

10 In the Tadić case, the rape charges were withdrawn before the trial began.

Witness Anonymity is Inconsistent with Due Process

  • Monroe Leigh

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