A “common” murderer could rescue himself from execution if he could make his crime appear to be ethnic cleansing. On the other hand, someone who blew up the Army General-Staff or the Yugoslav Parliament with all of its representatives could receive the death penalty only if the prosecutor proved that the accused had done it […]

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