'''SHOULD THIS PAGE BE PRIVATE, OR NOT HERE AT ALL?''' We need to figure out the budget for the book, excluding printing. I think we need to talk with others, such as [[Crimes of War]] who have created a similar book. Editing Legal editor(s): $3000 Copy editor(s): Photo editor: $2000 … Continue reading
The following people have agreed to contribute to this project and to allow their names to be used in any proposals: * Jon Lee Anderson [Haiti, crowds, poverty], ''Writer/Photographer'' * Edward Dean [military and private security/pmc] * Victoria Fontan [terrorism, sex slavery], ''Assistant Professor of Peace and Conflict Studies, United … Continue reading
Abstract Summary Schedule List of Articles See the [[Table of Contents]] page. Contributers See the [[contributers]] page. Budget See the [[budget]] page.
The Crimes of War project is a model for this project. Their site is [http://www.crimesofwar.org http://www.crimesofwar.org].
Scripts Shooting Script * (to come) Interviewing Script * (to come) Possible Contributers Victoria Fontan Article (to come)
KERNEL OF AN IDEA FOR AN ARTICLE: ”Idiot’s Guide to Evidence Triage” What is the minimum one can do to record a scene? If you are a journalist, a soldier, or a humanitarian worker, it is not your job to investigate potential criminal sites in war and post-conflict. However, there … Continue reading
This page contains the proposed table of contents. To begin with, it is much larger than is feasible or reasonable. Let is begin by making it too big; then, we'll make it smaller. Note also that we should also include interviews where we can from people with experience in various … Continue reading
[[Image:14920-2.JPG]] THE MASS GRAVE NEAR AL-MAHAWIL MILITARY BASE ''Iraq, May 15, 2003'' In 1991, farmers working near the al-Mahawil military base surreptitiously watched the murder and burial of thousands of men, women, and children in a dusty plot of land nearby. For years they said nothing, but with the fall … Continue reading
[[Image:12690-3.JPG|frame|A skeleton in the morgue in Orahovac/Rahovec, Kosovo, being examined for a war crimes case, shows signs of torture and murder: a bullet through the head, a shattered leg, broken ribs, and shrapnel from a hand-grenade. (David I. Gross)]] Forensic victim identification is an entire theme, not a scene. Scripts … Continue reading