Dead Reckoning

A new three-hour PBS series follows war crimes investigators and prosecutors as they pursue some of the world’s most notorious war criminals. The tactics that emerged from those pursuits now inform the effort to expose, prosecute, and punish present day human rights violators whose depredations have left millions dead and displaced.

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Twenty-two seats in the dock


The International Military Tribunal

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This work has nothing to do with the dead


The Guatemalan Forensic Anthropology Foundation

There's this one killer who came back


Genocide in Rwanda

Rwanda: The Convicted


Gacaca formally ended in 2012 with over 400,000 murder cases judged.

Vukovar: The Search for the Missing


The International Commission on Missing Persons has accounted for 70% of the missing.

Interview: Thierry Cruvellier


Thierry Cruvellier has dedicated his career to examining international criminal justice.

Amassing Evidence and Testimony: Witness


Witness has promoted the documentation of human rights abuses around the world.