VIDEOS: WAR CRIMES MULTIMEDIA

COMMENTARY ARCHIVES, 9 Nov 2009

Matthias Chang and Christopher Chang – Global Research

Carefully Researched Documentary

The following video (Part I and II) produced and directed by Matthias Chang and Christopher Chang was shown at the War Crimes Conference & Exhibition that took place at the Putra World Trade Center (PWTC), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from October 28 to 31, 2009. The showing of this outstanding video production preceded the official opening address by the former Prime Minister of Malaysia, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohammed.

Also participating in this event were Cynthia McKinney, Hans von Sponeck, Denis Halliday, George Galloway, Hana Al Bayaty, Dirk Andriensens, among others. Global Research’s Director Michel Chossudovsky, who is a member of the Perdana War Crimes Commission, was also present.

The conference was followed by hearings of the War Crimes Commission, in which sworn testimonies by the victims of Abu Ghraib and Guantantamo were presented. These included presentations by former Guantanamo detainees Sami Al Hajj, Maozam Begg,  

The mandate of the Perdana Tribunal to Criminalise War, is to examine accusations directed against alleged war criminals, including present and past heads of State and heads of government.

Global Research invites its readers to support the Kuala Lumpur Foundation to Criminalise the War. You can visit the Foundation’s website at http://www.criminalisewar.org/

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