JAKARTA - Indonesia charged seven more suspects Monday in the violence that swept East Timor after its 1999 vote for independence, including a notorious pro-Jakarta militia leader. Indonesia has been under intense international pressure to bring to justice those responsible for the rampage in its former territory which left up to 1,000 dead. With Monday's announcement, a total of 25 people have been charged with crimes against humanity by allowing or failing to prevent the killings. They could face the death penalty if convicted. The trials of seven of the suspects are currently taking place in Jakarta in a specially convened Indonesian human rights court. Attorney General's Office spokesman Barman Zahir said he would soon announce when the new suspects - including notorious pro-Jakarta militia leader Eurico Guterres, several local police and military chiefs and a civilian district head - would stand trial. Activists contend that Indonesia's courts are too corrupt and incompetent to handle such sensitive cases and that indictments are weak and poorly prepared.