Merchants of Death War Crimes Tribunal: Yemen

The Merchants of Death War Crimes Tribunal is holding accountable – through video testimony of witnesses – U.S. weapons manufacturers who produce and sell products which attack and kill not only combatants but non-combatants as well. Each week the Tribunal issues a new video segment offering evidence of guilt for the commission of War Crimes and Crimes Against Humanity.

In this video episode, the War Crimes Tribunal examines Yemen, a country whose eastern coast features an 18-mile-wide, 70-mile long channel that is a chokepoint to the southern entrance into the Red Sea. It is one of the most important shipping lanes in the world. It is also a target of the U.S. military machine.

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Brad Wolf, a former lawyer, professor, and community college dean, is co-founder of Peace Action Network of Lancaster and writes for World BEYOND War. He is the author of the upcoming book on Philip Berrigan entitled A Ministry of Risk.

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