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Evidence: The Case Against Milosevic
     

Evidence: The Case Against Milosevic

by Gary Knight, Anthony Loyd
 

Evidence addresses the issue of crime and justice in war. It challenges us to view this particular crime as a rational, considered and planned process rather than as a series of random events. It dispels the argument that crimes were not committed in Kosovo.

Gary Knight was born in England in 1964. Knight’s work has been widely published by

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Evidence addresses the issue of crime and justice in war. It challenges us to view this particular crime as a rational, considered and planned process rather than as a series of random events. It dispels the argument that crimes were not committed in Kosovo.

Gary Knight was born in England in 1964. Knight’s work has been widely published by magazines all over the world, and he has contributed work to several books. He is a founding member of VII Photo Agency.

Anthony Loyd was born in 1966 in England. As a special correspondent for The Times, Loyd has covered eight other wars in places as diverse as Chechnya, Afghanistan, Sierra Leone and Kosovo. He is the 2001 recipient of the British National Press Award for War Correspondent of the Year.

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Suzy Hansen
Gary Knight and Anthony Loyd's new book, "Evidence," is about 15 inches long and five inches wide, covered in black cloth and held together by two large screws. It's hard to figure out what it is ... an art book, maybe? So it's grimly surprising after a while to realize that "Evidence" is a harrowing collection of photographs, usually one per white page, of the crimes committed by Slobodan Milosevic. "Evidence" is effective in its simplicity. No words interrupt the succession of images-pictures of brutally mutilated bodies, of blood sprayed on walls, of surreal scenes such as one in which a white horse stands inside a house of rubble. While it's not something you'd casually leave lying around on your living room coffee table, it seems that the authors want you to, as if to say that the daily horrors of Yugoslavia shouldn't be sequestered away in a criminal court, but instead exhibited for all of humanity, in unflinching detail.
Salon.com

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780970576880
Publisher:
de.MO
Publication date:
06/01/2004
Pages:
164
Product dimensions:
5.60(w) x 16.30(h) x 1.00(d)
Age Range:
16 Years

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Contract photographer for Newsweek, concerned primarily with human rights and issues of crime and justice. Published EVIDENCE: THE CASE AGAINST MILOSOVIC with de.MO in 2002.

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