Die ITCY Ratten, welche auch in 30 Jahren kein Urteil gegen General „Ratko Mladic“ zusammen fälschen können

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Ratko Mladić 1993

Ratko Mladić [râtko mlǎːdit͡ɕ] (serbischkyrillisch Ратко Младић; * 12. März 1942[1] in Božanovići, Königreich Jugoslawien) ist ein ehemaliger bosnisch-serbischer General, der von 1992 bis 1996 Oberbefehlshaber der Vojska Republike Srpske (VRS) war.

Als solcher werden ihm zahlreiche Kriegsverbrechen und Verbrechen gegen die Menschlichkeit während des Bosnienkriegs zur Last gelegt, darunter die knapp vierjährige Belagerung von Sarajevo und das Massaker von Srebrenica im Juli 1995, bei dem mehr als 8.000 bosnische Männer und Jugendliche ermordet wurden. Gegen Mladić liegt seit 1995 eine Anklage des Internationalen Strafgerichtshofs für das ehemalige Jugoslawien (ICTY) vor, in der er des gemeinschaftlich mit Radovan Karadžić geplanten Völkermords an den bosnischen Muslimen beschuldigt wird. Nachdem er sich fünfzehn Jahre lang einer Verhaftung entziehen konnte, wurde er am 26. Mai 2011 in Serbien festgenommen[2] und am 3. Juni 2011 in Den Haag vor Gericht gestellt.[3]

Ratko Mladic’s Trial Moves Closer to Final Judgment

After accusations of genocide, ethnic cleansing, brutal detentions and a punishing siege, lawyers in the four-year trial of Bosnian Serb military chief Ratko Mladic begin to present their closing arguments next week.

Radosa Milutinovic BIRN Belgrade

Ratko Mladic in the Hague Tribunal courtroom.

As they start to lay out their closing arguments on Monday, the prosecutors at the UN war crimes court in The Hague are expected to ask for a life sentence for the military leader they accuse of seeking to permanently remove Bosniaks and Croats from large parts of Bosnia and Herzegovina which were controlled by Bosnian Serb forces during the 1992-95 war.

Mladic has been on trial for over four years, accused of the genocide of over 7,000 men and boys from Srebrenica, the persecution of Bosniaks and Croats throughout Bosnia and Herzegovina, which allegedly reached the scale of genocide in several other municipalities, terrorising the population of besieged Sarajevo and taking UN peacekeepers hostage.

According to the prosecutors, he used military force to implement a joint criminal enterprise spearheaded by the Bosnian Serb political leadership and former president Radovan Karadzic, aimed at creating a Serb state.

But Mladic, now aged 74, has denied committing genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity.

His defence insisted that there was no such criminal enterprise, and claimed that the war was actually caused by the Bosniak-led Party of Democratic Action, which wanted a “unitary Islamic state dominated by Muslims”.

However, faced with overwhelming evidence gathered by the Hague Tribunal while Mladic was the run for 16 years before being captured in Serbia in 2011, the defence did not contest the fact that crimes were committed.

‘A self-fulfilling prophecy’

Among the most striking pieces of evidence that were aired during the trial were Mladic’s own words, jotted down in his notebooks, which were recovered by the prosecution and presented in court.

http://www.balkaninsight.com/en/article/ratko-mladic-s-trial-edges-closer-to-final-judgment-12-02-2016

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