Getting Away with Murder
Six years after the Indonesian army unleashed its militia killers on East Timor, its leaders seem immune from prosecution. They know they will never face an international court.
Although low ranking militia members have been imprisoned, only two ringleaders have been convicted. They are both now free. "If there's an international tribunal pro integrationists will be more militant," states army leader Meko Soares. Faced with this implicit threat, there's no political will to indict the ringleaders.FULL SYNOPSIS