Karadzic and Mladic could defend themselves on the grounds that they were not aware of the crimes committed by their subordinates. Martic made the prosecutor’s job easier by admitting that he personally ordered the shelling of Zagreb. When Richard Goldston, the chief prosecutor at the International War Crimes Tribunal in the Hague announced on June […]
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