Sponsored by Human Rights Watch, Channel-4 television of United Kingdom has screened the shocking video footage of Lankan war crimes at Geneva Human Rights Film Festival 2012. The team including Luis Arber, former Human Rights High Commissioner of the UNHRC, and chair of the International Crisis Group and Callum McCrae, the producer of the film spoke to a packed audience at the Cinémas du Grütli, on problems related to war crimes and liability in Sri Lanka’s bloody civil war in 2009. [ full story ]
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This is an excellent work by the Channel4 team, I am really proud of what Jonathan Miller has done, this program will bring out the heinous crimes committed by the Srilankan state and will stop these in future similar thing happening anywhere else.
- Mar 11, 2012 9:40:14 GMT
This another film show done by them to get fund to live nothig can be done only they can watch and laught . lise had few days live , throuth will be there . why did not this channel show how our forces provide their meals to more than 300k INNOCENT tamils who crossed the bridge from the and of terrorists why not ???? so called Chanell 4 ddid not shaow killing of Police more than 1000 unarme just after peace bit in premadas ear why did not they show same whe LTTE kiiled buddushet montk unedr 12 years age more than 65 like chicken , why did they produse a file shaowing Terrorist kill innocent muslin insid mosques . and buddishts under Sri Maha bodi ,
- Mar 12, 2012 9:26:27 GMT
What the government ministers were saying, zero civilian casuality( Mahinda Samarasinghe)
only 5000 were in no fire zone( Mahinda Rajapakse), only 70000 but we have provided food( Keheliya Rambukwela)
In the end 300000 behind the barbed wire fence.
Lies,lies and more lies. Why do you have to lie? Are you not ashamed of lying?
- Mar 12, 2012 10:59:24 GMT