October 31, 2011 -- David Kaye, the executive director of the law school's International Human Rights Law Program, commented on the possible trial of Saif al-Islam Qaddafi at the International Criminal Court. His comments appear in a Foreign Policy article.
And David Kaye of UCLA's Human Rights Center is skeptical that the court will be able to simply hang the sins of the father around Saif's neck. "At the end of the day, it's his trial, not his father's trial," says Kaye.
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