The Syrian Emergency Task Force helped arrange the interview between Ambassador Stephen Rapp, former head of the Office of Global Criminal Justice, with Christiane Amanpour of CNN, where the two discuss the prosecution of war criminals in Syria.
Ambassador Rapp addresses Amnesty International's report that 13,000 people have been secretly hanged with merely minutes-long trials in Syrian prisons. The larger story is that these crimes are occuring in more prisons than Saydnaya, evidenced by the Caesar photos that came out in 2013. He tells Amanpour that "conservatively, we're looking at 50,000 Syrian civilians tortured and murdered by their own government."
See the full interview here.