In a statement made by the legal advisers of His Majesty?s Government, on 29 July 1921 (Foreign Office, 29th July 1921, 371/6504/E8745): ?No statements were hitherto received from the witnesses to the effect that the indictments intended against the detainees are correct. Likewise it does not need to be restated that finding witnesses after so long a time is highly doubtful in a remote country like Armenia which is accessible only with great difficulties.? Without any evidence, the British could not put on trial the 100-odd supposed Turkish war criminals that they were holding. If no such ?proof? ever existed, then it is only logical that it will not be found.
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