Guatemala: Rios Montt genocide trial struggles toward completion as confusion reigns in courtroom

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2 Responses to “Guatemala: Rios Montt genocide trial struggles toward completion as confusion reigns in courtroom”

  1. wysinwyg says:

    Hey Xeni, it’s probably kind of a bummer that there isn’t much discussion of this going on in your posts on it on BoingBoing.  It’s very worth covering and it’s awesome that you’re covering it.  I feel kind of bad that I’m not following the little bit of serious political journalism that’s going on at BB…I don’t have any excuses for that.  But I wanted to say you’re doing great work and that it’s kind of a shame that more attention isn’t being paid to it.  Shame on me!

  2. headcode says:

    Thanks again, Xeni.  I am disappointed that more readers aren’t commenting on this.

    I’m having a difficult time figuring out how Perez Molina can claim he had nothing to do with atrocities when Alan Nairn has an interview on record of him stating how his troops have been “forced” to just kill everybody.  I also wonder how his rights could possibly have been violated by someone else’s testimony.  Then again, a sociopath doesn’t need a reason for anything.

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