Posts Tagged ‘ war criminal ’

Legal Framework of the ICT and Due Process standards

This post outlines the basic legal framework of the International Crimes Tribunal (Bangladesh), its institutions, personnel, its processes, standards and fair trial attributes. Pro-71 activists may find this piece useful in addressing and countering some of the misconceptions and criticisms surrounding the ICT’s process. Prepared as an introductory part of a more detailed paper by…

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Walking for Justice

March 26, 2013
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Walking for Justice

A nation started walking in 1971. The country, Bangladesh creed for justice for 42 years. After all these years finally the time has arrived. International Crimes Tribunals (ICT) Bangladesh was set up in 2009 to try the collaborators who helped Pakistani army to commit crimes against humanity.

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BNP Sponsored Jamayat–Shibir Avalanche?

December 9, 2012
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BNP Sponsored Jamayat–Shibir Avalanche?

A well planned and very calculated avalanche of identified group of activists of Jamayat-Shibir, under alleged sponsorship of BNP, continues on the law enforcing agencies throughout Bangladesh. This is conspicuously happening at a time when International War Crime tribunal has almost completed trial process of some alleged 1971 Liberation War Criminals of Bangladesh. The butchers…

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Let’s take the oath to erase the neo anti-liberation forces

December 15, 2011
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Let’s take the oath to erase the neo anti-liberation forces

Paying a high price Bangladesh got her independence on 16th of December, 1971. If blood is the price of independence, Bangladesh paid even more. Pakistani cembalists and the native traitors exceeded all forms of oppressions in the war of liberation which is the most brutal part of human history of a nine months war. People…

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Bangabandhu’s General Amnesty Declaration: Documentary Evidences and Relevant Stories

July 24, 2010
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Bangabandhu’s General Amnesty Declaration: Documentary Evidences and Relevant Stories

Whenever the issue of trial of war-crimes is raised, the killers and collaborators say, ‘it was he who resolved the issue by declaring 'general mercy', so it is meaningless to discuss this issue and give much importance now. In a quest to find the truth about 'general mercy' activists dug out the newspaper clippings covering…

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Things Lord Avebury Failed to Mention and Clarify

Things Lord Avebury Failed to Mention and Clarify

It has now become a missed opportunity, and perhaps, made these discussions much more difficult to take place in future, since IBA too is now considered to have compromised its independence by attending this dubious seminar organised by a political lobby that represents the war criminals. We, who care about 1971 and the victims of…

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New Conspiracy Of War Criminals

December 27, 2008
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By: Ra5hidul

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War Crimes Facts Finding Committee names 1,597 war criminals

April 3, 2008
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The list of war criminals, who were directly involved in crimes against humanity and mass murder, includes 369 officers of the Pakistani occupation forces, 852 Razakars, 64 al-Badars, 78 members of the Bihari community who had collaborated with the Pakistani army, 106 political collaborators and 128 members of the so-called 'peace committee' formed by the…

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