Criminal Justice and Communal Conflict: A Case Study of the Trial of Fabianus Tibo, Dominggus da Silva, and Marinus Riwu
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The criminal trials held so far in response to the Poso conflict have not had a discernable effect in stemming violence in the area. Through a detailed examination of the investigation and trial of three Catholic men executed in 2006, this paper identifies several shortcomings in the approach to criminal justice in Poso, and concludes with a number of lessons for how criminal justice could be better handled in future instances of violent conflict in Indonesia.
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Cornell University Southeast Asia Program