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The Chief Prosecutor Vs Ashrafuzzaman Khan and Chowdhury Mueen-Uddin

International Crimes Tribunal-2, Bangladesh

2013


ICT-BD Case No. 01 of 2013

Abstract

Charges: crimes against Humanity and abetting & complicity to commit such crimes. Both the absconding accused were tried in absentia for their failure to submit before the International Crimes Tribunal despite being notified. Both were convicted beyond reasonable doubt of the crimes charged, and awarded capital punishment.

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Upload date : Sunday, 3 November 2013

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