Garzón: “The seeds of justice have been sown”

June 9, 2010
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In a rare interview, and the first since his suspension and move to the International Criminal Court, Baltasar Garzón talks to the New York Times:

“I believe the seeds have been sown, despite the possible contradictions of a country that investigates outside but cannot now investigate inside. (…)The principle of universal jurisdiction has in fact germinated and is a conquest that cannot be lost and will not be lost.” (…) Mr. Garzón said that he did not expect to stay in the Netherlands beyond December and that he was not considering another job switch should his legal problems worsen.

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