Former Bolivian Leaders Back in Court in Miami Over Human-Rights Abuses

November 21, 2019
Miami New Times

... "We are asking the court to reinstate the jury verdict," says Beth Stephens, an attorney for the Center for Constitutional Rights, a nonprofit legal advocacy organization that has been litigating the case together with the International Human Rights Clinic at Harvard Law School and various private firms.

The trial marked the first time living former heads of state faced charges of human-rights violations and sat in a courtroom with their accusers, according to the Center for Constitutional Rights. ...

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November 21, 2019