Intervention on Trial: The New York War Crimes Tribunal on Central America and the Caribbean
The New York War Crimes Tribunal on Central America and the Caribbean was convened in October, 1984 to hear testimony from victims and eyewitnesses of human rights abuses, war crimes and other violations of international and domestic law in Central America and the Caribbean. This volume presents the edited statements of approximately 26 witnesses, including North American academics, church people, journalists, medical workers, Latin American students, human rights workers, refugees, labor leaders, and peasant organizers. Witnesses include Rigoberta Menchu, exiled Guatemalan Indian leader; Richard Alan White, author of The Morass: United States Intervention in Central America; Judy Butler, researcher with Nicaragua Research and Documentation Center for the Atlantic Coast; Ramon Flores, Salvadoran medical student, former prisoner and torture victim; and David MacMichael, former CIA analyst on Central America. The countries covered in this comprehensive volume are El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Cuba, Grenada, and Nicaragua.
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