We are proud to share some of the remarkable praise for former prosecutor Eliott Behar’s TELL IT TO THE WORLD– a book that examines the causes and consequences of mass violence, identifying a powerful and disturbing connection between the justice we seek and the injustices we commit.
The book received this insightful review in Quill & Quire: “Tell It to the World is a difficult read, but a necessary one, given that, to paraphrase Life magazine’s rationale for publishing Robert Capa’s graphic 1930s Spanish Civil War photographs, the dead need to be spoken about so that they did not die in vain.” http://www.quillandquire.com/review/tell-it-to-the-world-international-justice-and-the-secret-campaign-to-hide-mass-murder-in-kosovo/?utm_medium=email
See Eliott on the CBC show The Current – you can download the podcast, or go to: CBC’s The Current
The book was covered by the Canadian International Council. To see an excerpt of the book, for which Eliott wrote an introduction: http://opencanada.org/features/telling-your-truth-stories-behind-a-war-crimes-trial/
The book received this phenomenal review by Blacklock’s Reporter in Ottawa: “Tell It To The World is a haunting and poignant and remarkable book. To read it is to gain some greater understanding of humanity.” http://www.blacklocks.ca/review-one-cold-morning-in-kosovo/
Eliott Behar developed an early interest in international human rights, criminal justice, and human psychology. Following his graduation from law school he became a Crown Attorney in Toronto, where he prosecuted cases ranging from fraud to murder, argued complex criminal appeals, and provided legal advice to the Attorney General on issues from hate crimes to child abductions. In 2008, Eliott became a war crimes prosecutor for the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia in The Hague, an experience that provided the impetus for his recent book. His varied career has also seen him prosecute police officers as part of a specialized trial unit, appear twice at the Supreme Court of Canada, and investigate cyber crime for Apple in California.