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Case prof helps Uganda figure out what to do with Joseph Kony
As forces close in on Lords Resistance leader, Uganda develops legal system for his trial
by WKSU's M.L. SCHULTZE


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Case Western Reserve international law professor Michael Scharf is working on two human rights fronts: Uganda and Cambodia.
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Much of Central Africa's attention right now is focused on capturing Joseph Kony. But Uganda is looking beyond the capture of the man accused of orchestrating two decades of death and terror. It's setting up the legal system that will determine happens to Kony. And it is doing that with the help of a Case Western Reserve University professor. WKSU's M.L. Schultze talks with Michael Scharf about what's taking shape as the latest of the world's war crimes tribunals.
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