Boing Boing editor/partner and tech culture journalist Xeni Jardin hosts and produces Boing Boing's in-flight TV channel on Virgin America airlines (#10 on the dial), and writes about living with breast cancer. Diagnosed in 2011. @xeni on Twitter. email: xeni@boingboing.net.

3 Responses to “Guatemala: Montt Genocide Trial fate rests with Constitutional Court; remains in limbo (photos, video)”

  1. fuzzyfuzzyfungus says:

    Forgive my ignorance here, if I missed it in a prior installment; but what is the legal logic behind the suspension of the trial?

    • Xeni Jardin says:

      The linked-to articles explain in detail, and yes, it’s in linked-to previous coverage. It’s very opaque legal stuff, but basically, the defense argues that the trial is procedurally flawed and that the judge is biased, and another judge effectively upheld that. Now the legal body that is sort of like the Supreme Court of the United States (Corte Constitutional) has to decide whether or not the trial may continue.

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