‘The Messaging Effect’: Eliciting Credible Historical Evidence from Victimes of Mass Crimes

Mohan, Mahdev



Drawing on lessons the author has learnt from litigation at the Estraordinary Chambers in the courts of Cambodia (ECC), including gathering victim evidence in relation to its putative cases 003 and 004, this chapter considers, (a) the inherent challenges of eliciting non-contemporaneous or 'old' evidence from victims/witnesses; (b) how to gather and verify old evidence from victims/witnesses; and (c) what courts should take into account when applying for and enforcing protective measures for them.
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