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14 October 2009 by Sebastiaan Gottlieb

Former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic is working hard on his defence case from his prison cell in Scheveningen. Since the beginning of his pre-trial proceedings before the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) 14 months ago, he has filed more than a hundred motions – including one that claims that former United States Special Envoy Richard Holbrooke had promised him immunity from prosecution.

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01 June 2001 by -

Guard in the Keraterm camp

Nenad Banovic is accused of crimes against humanity and violations of the laws or customs of war by the International Criminal Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia. Identity

  • Nenad Banovic was born on 28 October 1969 in Prijedor.

Proceeding

  • Nenad Banovic was arrested on 8 November 2001, in Serbia.
  • On 16 November 2001, he pleaded « not guilty » to all counts.
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A member of the Serb Crisis Staff in the municipality of Bosanski Samac

Miroslav Tadic was accused of crimes against humanity for persecution and deportation. The International Criminal Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia Trial Chamber sentenced him to 8 years' imprisonment on 17 October 2003.

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Identity

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Dragoljub Ojdanic is accused of crimes against humanity and violations of the laws or customs of war by the International Criminal Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia. Proceedings

  • Dragiljub Ojdanic was transfered to The Hague on 25 April 2002.
  • He plaided not guilty on 26 April 2002.
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01 June 2001 by -

Zoran Kupreskic Vlatko Kupreskic has been released after the International Criminal Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia Appeals Chamber's decision. Appeal

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06 September 2004 by -

Darko Mrdja was accused of crimes against humanity, namely murder and inhumane acts. The Trial Chamber of the International Criminal Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia sentenced him to 17 years' imprisonment on 31 March 2004. Identity

  • Darko Mrdja was born on 28 June 1967 in Zagreb, Croatia.
  • In 1992, during the conflict in Bosnia and Herzegovina, he was a member of a special police unit, known as the « Intervention Squad », serving under the Bosnian Serb authorities in Prijedor.

Charges

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Initially due to begin on 8 June, the defence phase of the trial of the former Serbian head of State Slobodan Milosevic has been postponed to 22 June. The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) announced on 5 May that the two-week delay was partly due to the state of health of the accused. «His doctors have told him to rest,» said the ICTY. Medical reports say that Milosevic, 62, is suffering from cardiovascular problems and high blood pressure.

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12 October 2001 by -

Semanza's defence team has again failed in its attempts to use a legal document in order to challenge key ICTR rulings. It was deemed inadmissible on May 4 before the Appeals Court and once again on October 5, Trial Chamber 3 has dismissed it. Both courts refuse to examine a potentially scandalous document filed by Laurent Semanza's defence team concerning the illegality of his initial detention in Cameroon.

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01 June 2001 by -

General-Major of the VRS Drina Corps - Srebrenica case

Radislav Krstic was the first person to be convicted of genocide by the ICTY. He was sentenced to 46 years' imprisonment on 2 August 2001 but the Appeals Chamber of the International Criminal Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia reduced his sentence to 35 years on 19 April 2004.
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Identity

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Soldier of HVO Drago Josipovic was found guilty of crimes against humanity. He was sentenced to 15 years imprisonment.

Drago Josipovic was transferred to Spain to serve his sentence.

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