Tribunal I: Cases at a Glance

Case Name Case No. Charges Stage of Proceedings Link to Case Timeline Link to Key Documents
Chief Prosecutor Vs. Moulana Delwor Hossain Sayeedi ICT-BD Case No. 01 of 2011 20 Charges

  • 4 counts of Genocide
  • 17 counts of Crimes against Humanity
  • 5 counts of Abetting Crimes against Humanity
  • 1 count of Complicity in Crimes against Humanity
Guilty of 8 out of 20 Charges, Sentenced to DeathFull Judgment Available Here: Judgment Sayedee Sayedee Case Timeline Sayedee Charge Framing Order
Chief Prosecutor Vs. Salahuddin Qader Chowdhury ICT-BD Case No. 02 of 2011 23 Charges

  • 19 counts of Crimes Against Humanity. 10 of these counts are compound, e.g. “abduction, murder and torture as Crimes Against Humanity.” Charge 8, for complicity, implies
    a charge of direct participation in Crimes against Humanity by reference of §3(2)(a).
  • 3 counts of Complicity in Crimes against Humanity
  • 1 count of Abetment of Crimes against Humanity
  • 6 counts of Genocide
  • 1 count of Complicity in Genocide
  • 1 count of Abetment of Genocide
Prosecution Witnesses 1-41 examined; DW 1-3 examined, Prosecution Closing Arguments Ongoing Timeline Chowdhury Charge Framing Order
Chief Prosecutor Vs. Motiur Rahman Nizami ICT-BD Case No. 03 of 2011 16 Charges

  • 10 counts of Crimes Against Humanity
  • 4 counts of Conspiracy. 3 counts of Conspiracy to commit Crimes Against Humanity, 1 count of Conspiracy does not specify as to which crime.
  • 5 counts of Complicity. 4 counts of Complicity in Crimes against Humanity, 1 count does not specify as to which crime.
  • 2 counts of Genocide
  • 4 counts of Other Crimes under International Law – incitement
Application for Retrial Rejected; Prosecution Witnesses 1-15 examined Timeline Nizami Charge Framing Order
Chief Prosecutor Vs. Professor Gholam Azam ICT-BD Case No. 06 of 2011 5 Charges

  • 1 Count of Crimes Against Humanity.
  • 1 Count of Conspiracy (does not specify whether conspiracy to commit Crimes against Humanity or other crime).
  • 2 counts of counts of Other Crimes Under International Law. 1 count is termed “incitement,” the other count does not specify the crime.
  • 1 count of Complicity, the crime in which the accused was allegedly complicit is not specified.
Verdict Issued 15 July 2013, Found GUILTY of all 5 charges, sentenced to 90 years imprisonment

Gholam Azam Trial Judgment

Timeline Golam Azam Charge Framing Order (part 1) and (part-2)
Chief Prosecutor Vs. Mir Qasem Ali ICT-BD Case No. 08 of 2012 Charges not yet framed Tribunal has Taken Cognizance of Charges Timeline Charges Not Yet Framed
Chief Prosecutor Vs. Moulana Abdus Sobhan ICT-BD Misc. Case No. 13 of 2012 Charges not yet framed Investigation Report submitted, case adjourned until 19 August 2013 Timeline Charges Not Yet Framed
Chief Prosecutor Vs. A.T.M Azharul Islam ICT-BD Misc. Case No 11 of 2012 Charges not yet framed Formal Charge submitted and Cognizance taken of charges Timeline Charges Not Yet Framed
Chief Prosecutor Vs. Mubark Hossain ICT-BD Misc. Case No. 07 of 2012 Formal Charge Submitted, Cognizance of Charges Taken, Charge Framing Order Pending Prosecution witnesses 1-6 examined Timeline WCSC has not yet obtained the Charge Framing Order

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