No More Genocide; Power of the Internet Used to Expose War Criminals
In a week when The European Union says there is clear evidence of war crimes being committed in the Democratic Republic of Congo, a new web site is launched that is dedicated to exposing war criminals. War Crimes TV is spreading awareness of gross violations of human rights.
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December 8, 2008 (FPRC) -- War Crimes Limited (UK) has launched War Crimes TV, a new web site dedicated to exposing the ugly truth of war crimes. By allowing users to report independently on war crimes, War Crimes TV is exposing the horrors of genocide and war crimes.
This week, Jean-Baptiste Mattei, France's ambassador to the United Nations in Geneva, says both sides, in the conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo, are carrying out executions and torture in the east of the country. He called on both the government and the rebels to stop the violence.
War crimes, which include genocide or the mistreatment of prisoners of war, are unlawful acts committed during a war and considered in violation of the conventions of warfare. It is over a one hundred and forty years since the first Geneva Convention on wounded soldiers during war and yet today war crimes are still being practised.
“The aim of War Crimes TV is to facilitate the spreading of awareness of gross violations of human rights and allow people to report on them independently” said Frederick Johnson of War Crimes TV.
The War Times TV site allows users to upload appropriate videos and to start related forums and blogs. By developing an independent community against war crimes the site will expose war crimes using the power of the Internet.
About War Crimes Limited (UK)
WarCrimes.info is an independent website owned by War Crimes Limited (UK). It is in no way affiliated with, or loyal to, any political organisation or a commercial entity.
Whilst War Crimes Ltd. (and War Crimes TV) are strongly against violence in it's entirety, to contribute to world peace they expose the ugly truth about the very reality of war and war crimes and follow up with the necessary resources to bring awareness and education to the masses.
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Send an email to Frederick Johnson of War Crimes Limited (UK)
+44 20 8518 7078
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