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Person of the Week (Kehoe) #782017

ABC Evening News for Friday, Mar 04, 2005
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) American lawyer Greg Kehoe†† whose special project has been the Iraqi tribunal responsible for putting former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein & members of his government on trial on charges of genocide & atrocities, profiled; details given of the problems of building a justice system in a war zone & of Kehoe's background as a prosecutor & private firm lawyer; scenes shown of the special courthouse. [KEHOE - says democracy cannot happen without the rule of law; talks about the secret courts of Iraq & the need for this to be an honest proceeding; reacts to the gravesites; explains what happens in wartime settings; states we will do our best to help the Iraqi people find the truth.]

Jennings, Peter

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