Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti

Brian Concannon, Justice for Haiti: The Raboteau Trial (ABA)

The International Lawyer Summer, 2001 35 Int’l Law. 641 SECTION: INTERNATIONAL LEGAL DEVELOPMENTS IN REVIEW: 2000 TITLE: PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW: International Criminal Law: V. Justice for Haiti: The Raboteau Trial AUTHOR: Brian Concannon, Jr. *, Introduction by David Stoelting ** * Brian Concannon, Jr. has worked in Haiti for the Bureau des Avocats Internationaux for five years. ** David Stoelting is with Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP, New York. He is Chair of the International Criminal Law Committee of the ABA Section of International Law and Practice. TEXT: Haiti’s Raboteau Massacre trial was a major, though under-reported, development in international law in 2000. The case is a milestone in the international fight against impunity for large-scale human rights violations. It can also serve as a model for other countries attempting to address the crimes of a dictatorship through national prosecutions […]

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