Rowdy sessions of the Iraq High Tribunal attracted sensational daily news coverage while Saddam Hussein was being tried. However, following his grim execution in December 2006, coverage all but evaporated. The foreign press and most western monitors packed their bags and left, and television reporting in Iraq dwindled. Now even the United States Department of Justice, which initially provided key ﬁnancial and political support, is quietly withdrawing its advisers. So what is happening at the Tribunal and why are the Americans pulling out?
Source: International Law and Governance