US News Cameroon: One year after the Kumba School attack, "an unqualitable trial"
Spain: An ex-sulfur curator says to be the "enemy to be slaughtered" at the beginning of his trial
© Pool / AFP The Ex-Spanish Commissioner José Manuel Villarejo, implicated in multiple scandals involving men business and politicians, asked the victim on Wednesday on the first day of his trial for "corruption", assuring being "treated as an enemy to be slaughtered".
in Cameroon, There is almost a year for day, on October 24,2020, seven children were killed and at least thirteen wounded in the attack of a school, Kumba, in the southwestern country. A trial occurred between December and September. Twelve people were judged by the Buea Military Court. Human Rights Watch speaks of a "simulacrum of trial".
Among the twelve accused, appear the owner of the school, his director and five teachers. Four of them were sentenced to death, recognized in particular guilty of terrorism, hostility to the homeland, secession, insurgency and murder. Four others have been scrutiny of five months in prison. The last four accused were acquitted.
Norway: The terrorist track is accurate after the murderous arc attack
Your Browser does not support this video Norwegian police held this Thursday a press conference to draw up the contours of the suspect's profile of the attack In archery that makes five dead the night before. The arc attack that made five dead and two wounded in Norway looks at this stage at a "terrorist act," said Norwegian security services (PST) this Thursday, thus contributing to the terrorist track. Islamist.
Video: Alexandra Richard, sentenced to 10 years of criminal imprisonment for killing his violent husband, is judged on call from this Tuesday (BFMTV)
The Non-Governmental Defense Organization From the man, Human Rights Watch, (HRW) denounces the use of a military jurisdiction to judge civilians and speaks of a "simulacrum of trial".
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"This trial has been tainted by serious substantive irregularities and procedural defects that have compromised the rights to adequate defense and who have affected the independence of the procedures themselves. Defense lawyers, with whom we have spoken, have described these multiple irregularities, among other things that they could not counter the witnesses, that is to say, the Prosecution Presented all its evidence only in written statements and without calling the witnesses that could have been questioned by the defense on the content of their statements. This is a problem because pronouncing a conviction and in addition a sentencing sentence, only or mainly on the basis of unaudited testimonials of the absent witnesses, violates the standards of a fair trial, "said Ilaria Allegrozzi, senior researcher on Central Africa within the NGO.
Trial of Aung San Suu Kyi. What is really reproached to the former leader of Burma? .
© Ann Wang / Archives Reuters Aung San Suu Kyi, here in Naypyidaw, January 28, 2019. Aung San Suu Kyi, Nobel Peace Prize in 1991 and former leaders of Burma, is heard this Tuesday, October 26, 2021 by the court that judges it for several months. Here is what is reproached to him. Several months after the start of his trial, Aung San Suu Kyi is heard for the first time by a Naypyidaw court, the capital of Burma , on Tuesday, October 26, 2021.