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Taylor Report
The UNICTR was victor’s justice.
Tiphaine Dickson
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Jan. 21, 2015, 6:44 p.m.
Tiphanie Dickson describes the media coverage of Charlie Hebdo and related events as having massive coverage but little serious investigation, needing more reliable sources of journalism, being short on facts but long on nauseous opinion.

New laws now make condoning terrorism a higher penalty than actual incitement. (What does that say about "freedom of speech" and double standards?)

Professor Dickson provides details of the failings of the ICTR, and substantiates the argument of Herman and Peterson’ in their latest book, “Enduring Lies.”

She makes a powerful case that former Prime Minister Jean Kambanda was brought to a guilty plea by a dubious process, was turned down when he asked for a trial, eventually testified for the defense in a major case and remains to this day in prison.

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00:38:21 1 Jan. 19, 2015
Toronto, Ontario
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