Erika Kinetz

Investigative Reporter, The Associated Press

Location:

Brussels, Belgium

Ukraine Pushes to Try Alleged War Crimes as Fighting Rages
Around Ukraine’s capital region, where Russian forces pulled out four months ago, much of the work of documenting crime scenes and interviewing witnesses has been done. Now a new, more difficult phase in the search for accountability is underway: finding those responsible.
July 25, 2022
War Crimes Watch: The Woman Who Would Make Putin Pay
Ukraine’s prosecutor general has already opened over 8,000 criminal investigations related to the war and identified over 500 suspects, including Russian ministers, military commanders and propagandists. From our investigation with the AP, read and watch.
April 15, 2022
War Crimes Watch: Hard Path to Justice in Bucha, Ukraine, Atrocities
With more than 400 civilian corpses reportedly discovered in Ukraine, Western political powers are calling for accountability, prosecution and punishment, our reporting partner The AP has found. But the path to holding top Russian leaders criminally responsible is complex.
April 4, 2022
How Would Those Accused of Ukraine War Crimes Be Prosecuted?
As part of our investigation with the AP into potential Russian war crimes in Ukraine, here’s a look at what constitutes a war crime and what options exist for bringing those responsible to justice.
March 25, 2022
War Crimes Watch: Russia's Onslaught on Ukrainian Hospitals
AP journalists in Ukraine have seen the deadly results of Russian strikes on civilian targets first hand. FRONTLINE and The Associated Press are gathering, verifying and documenting evidence of potential war crimes in Ukraine.
March 25, 2022
'White Dissidents' Raise Millions in Cryptocurrency
Banned by traditional financial institutions, many radical-right provocateurs are raising significant amounts of money in digital currencies, our reporting partner the Associated Press found.
September 27, 2021
German Neo-Nazis Are Still on Facebook. And They’re Using It to Make Money.
Dozens of German far-right groups continue to leverage mainstream social media for profit, despite Facebook’s and other platforms’ repeated pledges to purge themselves of extremism, our reporting parter the Associated Press found.
September 24, 2021