On 02/10/06, Kirill Lokshin <kirill.lokshin(a)gmail.com> wrote:
people who were convicted for "war crimes" by an unfair
mock trial in a country under a dictatorship?
Should we list them, too?
It also seems to include people like Gerhard Wagner, who would
presumably have been charged with crimes against humanity, rather than
Maybe changing it to [[List of people convicted of war crimes]] would
be better, even if that meant people who died before a trial/verdict
wouldn't be listed.
The usual criteria for things like this is "people who were convicted,
or people about whom there is little academic doubt", FWIW.
(The latter case covers people who were tried for something else, or
who died before standing trial, but are generally accepted as having
committed the crimes in question)
- Andrew Gray