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Facing Justice - Episode 51 (covering ECCC proceedings 21 - 23 January 2015

This is the 51st episode of a series of weekly TV reports about the proceedings in the second Khmer Rouge trial. It was first broadcast on CTN on Monday 26 January 2015. 480 more words


ECCC Costume Update 1

Busy busy busy trying to run someone else’s business–shipping, social media, photos, and everything else– for them, organize my own crapfest of a blog into something passable, and get ready for a last minute decision to attend (and cosplay at) a convention when I’m still struggling with you know, just leaving the house. 301 more words

Cosplay And Sewing

Facing Justice Episode 50, 17 Oct 2014-08 Jan 2015

‘Facing Justice’ has returned to Cambodian TV screens after a break of several weeks.

This is the 50th episode of a series of weekly TV reports about the proceedings in the second Khmer Rouge trial. 438 more words


Cambodian Guards Drank Wine With Human Gallbladders, Says Genocide Survivor

In the 1970s, Khmer Rouge guards would drink wine infused with human gallbladders, according to a survivor of Cambodia’s infamous Killing Fields.

Former detainee Meas Sokha told the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia Khmer Rouge (ECCC) — a special… 212 more words

20 January 2015 – NEWS ABOUT THE COURT

ICC Prosecution opens a preliminary examination in Palestine: On 16 January 2015, ICC Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda opened a preliminary examination to examine the situation currently in Palestine. 500 more words

News About The Courts

Emerald City Comicon Pre-Show Commissions

Hey gang! I’m trying out something new for Emerald City Comicon this year: pre-show commission slots! This hopefully means I’ll be able to deliver a higher calibre of work to those of you looking for original art, while prioritizing my time talking to everyone on the show floor rather than hunching over my sketchbook desperately trying to complete larger art pieces. 206 more words


HRW takes a hatchet to history

Just before the 30th anniversary of Hun Sen’s first becoming prime minister of Cambodia, Human Rights Watch produced a 75-page attack on him. Perhaps the strangest thing about the HRW document was the amount of attention it received in the English-language media. 2,851 more words