Friday, December 19, 2008

ICTY Trial Chamber Orders Prosecution to Disclose Evidence to Karadzic

The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia ordered disclosure to Radovan Karadzic of any written or recorded evidence the prosecution may have concerning an alleged meeting in July 1996 between Karadzic and Richard Holbrooke.  Karadzic claims that Holbrooke offered him immunity if he would withdraw from public life.  Click here to read more on the International Law Reporter Blog nicely run by Professor Jacob Katz Cogan at the University of Cincinatti College of Law.

By the way, the ICTY has now concluded proceedings against 116 persons.  Click here to visit the new website for the ICTY.

(mew)

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