Wednesday, 19 September 2012

Some have said this photo, taken at the closing party of the recent Chautauqua Prosecutor’s Conference, looks more like an aging rock group than an assembly of professional lawyers before whom tyrants and knaves tremble.
From right, David Crane (former prosecutor of the Special Court for Sierra Leone), Serge Brammertz (prosecutor of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia), Fatou Bensouda (prosecutor of the International Criminal Court), Hassan Jallow (prosecutor of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda and of the International Residual Mechanism), and, at the far left, an interloper without any prosecutorial experience at all.

1 comment:

The Scientist said...

William, if this was in fact an aging rock group, what would be your instrument? My guess would be drums or percussion.

Thomaz Santos