Hiding in plain sight the pursuit of war criminals from nuremberg to the war on terror is an engrossing book impressed with the authors writing skills so engrossed that i stayed home for the weekend unable to put the book down reads like a bestselling legal thriller by scott turow. Hiding in plain sight is a fast paced well written account of the pursuit of war criminals many have not only committed crimes on a large scale but have been protected by powerful forces including governments. Hiding in plain sight tells the story of the global effort to apprehend the worlds most wanted fugitives beginning with the flight of an estimated thirty thousand nazi war criminals after the second world war then moving on to the question of justice following the recent balkan wars and the . In addition to co authoring hiding in plain sight she is the editor with keramet reiter of extreme punishment comparative studies in detention incarceration and solitary confinement and a contributor to the guantnamo effect exposing the consequences of us detention and interrogation practices. In hiding in plain sight the pursuit of war criminals from nuremberg to the war on terror eric stover victor peskin and alexa koenig combine meticulous historical and legal research to trace the global search for war criminals from adolf eichmann to ratko mladi saddam hussein to osama bin laden beginning by detailing the legal and
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