By Avi Selk, The Washington Post
It’s a vast, strange land; its canyons and mountain ranges almost entirely unexplored, its creatures like something out of myth.
Ken Scott pursues South Sudanese mass rapists and killers the same way he once prosecuted drug traffickers in Denver and war criminals in Bosnia: by first meeting victims and their families.
“You’ve got to hear their stories. You always have to see the crime scene. There is nothing like being there,” Scott said during a recent interview at his Capitol Hill home.