The international (reserve) co-investigating judge at the Khmer Rouge Tribunal, Laurent Kasper-Ansermet, announces his resignation and exposes the manner in which his investigation was frustrated by the Cambodian government.

Read the official note which was published on 21 March 2012 here ('Note of the International Reserve Co-Investigating Judge to the Parties on the Egregious Dysfunctions within the ECCC Impeding the Proper Conduct of Investigations in Cases 003 and 004')

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