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THE HAGUE | 04.07.2011.

MLADIC EJECTED FROM COURTROOM, JUDGE ENTERS A PLEA OF NOT GUILTY ON HIS BEHALF

After repeated warnings not to disrupt the hearing and interrupt the presiding judge, the accused was ejected from the courtroom. Judge Orie read the list of charges count by count concluding that the Trial Chamber would enter a plea of not guilty on Mladic’s behalf
THE HAGUE | 17.06.2011.

PROSECUTION AND MLADIC’S DEFENSE FACE OFF FOR THE FIRST TIME

The prosecution has asked the Trial Chamber to ‘restrict’ the disclosure of the materials and information provided to Ratko Mladic’s defense by the prosecution in order to safeguard the privacy and protection of victims and witnesses. Mladic’s court-appointed counsel Aleksandar Aleksic has replied that the prosecution is ‘violating Ratko Mladic’s basic right to a fair and public trial’
THE HAGUE | 03.06.2011.

MLADIC POSTPONED PLEA ON ‘OBNOXIOUS’ CHARGES

In his initial appearance before the Tribunal, the former commander of the VRS Main Staff acted as if he didn’t know what he was charged with and why he had to be in hiding for 16 years. Mladic asked to be allowed to postpone entering his plea until he familiarized himself with ‘the obnoxious charges’ and ‘monstrous words’ in the indictment. Mladic’s second appearance before the court has been slated for 4 July 2011
THE HAGUE | 01.06.2011.

BRAMMERTZ: MLADIC’S ARREST CAME LATE BUT NOT TOO LATE

The Tribunal’s chief prosecutor insisted on the importance of Mladic’s arrest for the Tribunal, the international community and the victims of the crimes Mladic is charged with. Brammertz also spoke about various options for the upcoming trial. The Tribunal’s Registrar spent several hours with Mladic at the Rotterdam Airport and the UN Detention Unit. The Registrar described the accused as ‘very cooperative’. Mladic will have his initial appearance before a judge on Friday at 10 am
THE HAGUE | 31.05.2011.

RATKO MLADIC IN TRIBUNAL’S CUSTODY

Former commander of the VRS Main Staff has been transferred to the UN Detention Unit. He will be kept in isolation for the first few days, and will then be able to join the other detainees. Chief Prosecutor Brammertz will hold a press conference tomorrow. Mladic should have his initial appearance before an ICTY judge in the next two or three days
THE HAGUE | 27.05.2011.

BRAMMERTZ: TOO EARLY TO SAY HOW THE TRIAL WILL BE ORGANIZED

In his statement for tonight’s edition of Tribunal, a TV program produced by SENSE Agency, Chief Prosecutor Serge Brammertz notes that the prosecution ‘is looking at a number of options’ as to how the trial of Ratko Mladic will be organized. ICTY Registrar John Hocking adds that "whatever Mladic needs in terms of medical assistance, he will receive".
THE HAGUE | 26.05.2011.

CHARGES AGAINST RATKO MLADIC

According to the proposed amended indictment filed last year, General Ratko Mladic is charged with the same crimes as Radovan Karadzic: double genocide, crimes against humanity and violations of laws and customs of war. Since the judges have yet to decide what to do with the new indictment, the one in force is the old operative indictment issued in October 2002
THE HAGUE | 13.05.2010.

MLADIC’S AND KARADZIC’S INDICTMENTS TO BE BROUGHT INTO LINE

The OTP in The Hague filed a motion to amend the current indictment against Ratko Mladic to bring it into line with Karadzic’s indictment; ultimately, this should make it possible to join their cases should the former commander of the VRS Main Staff appear in The Hague soon
THE HAGUE | 13.12.2004.

“BLACK HOLE” IN RATKO MLADIC’S CAREER

The decree promoting Ratko Mladic to the rank of a four-star general, signed by the then president of the FRY on 16 June 1994 – is the only record entered in Mladic’s “personnel file” in the period from his arrival in Sarajevo in May 1992 until his removal from the records of the VJ professional military personnel in June 2001 is. Who was Mladic’s supreme commander: Zoran Lilic or Radovan Karadzic?

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