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THE HAGUE | 01.09.2015.

JUDGE ANTONETTI TO WITHDRAW IN A BID TO DEFEND JUDGES' INTEGRITY

'How can we accept a system in which the President, who chooses the judges at his discretion, rules in the Appeals Chamber, then in the review Chamber and in the appeal of the review decision?', asks Judge Jean-Claude Antonetti in a bid to justify his decision to withdraw from the chamber considering Milan Lukic’s appeal against the dismissal of his motion for a review of his judgment
THE HAGUE | 27.03.2015.

PROSECUTOR: MILAN LUKIC’S HUMAN RIGHTS NOT JEOPARDIZED

The prosecution has urged the Tribunal to dismiss in full Milan Lukic’s motion for his transfer to another country where he would then serve his life sentence. Lukic was convicted of the crimes against Muslims in Visegrad
THE HAGUE | 12.03.2015.

‘CRUEL AND INHUMANE TREATMENT’ OF MILAN LUKIC IN ESTONIAN PRISON

Milan Lukic has been sentenced to life in prison at the Tribunal for the crimes against Muslims in Visegrad. Lukic, who is serving his sentence in Estonia, has now demanded to be transferred to a prison in some other country. It is complicated to maintain relations with his family and the language barrier inflicts on Lukic "growing psychological harm"
THE HAGUE | 04.12.2012.

LIFE SENTENCE CONFIRMED FOR MILAN LUKIC, SREDOJE LUKIC’S SENTENCE REDUCED BY THREE YEARS

Milan and Sredoje Lukic heard the final judgment for grave crimes against Muslims in Visegrad in 1992 and 1993. Milan Lukic smiled cynically, and Sredoje Lukic appeared crestfallen. The representatives of the victims from Visegrad were happy with the judgment
THE HAGUE | 12.11.2012.

FINAL JUDGMENT FOR MILAN AND SREDOJE LUKIC ON 4 DECEMBER 2012

On 4 December 2012, Milan and Sredoje Lukic will hear the final judgment for crimes against Muslims in Visegrad. The Trial Chamber sentenced Milan Lukic to life and Sredoje Lukic to 30 years in prison
THE HAGUE | 24.09.2012.

APPEALS CHAMBER’S JUDGMENT FOR MILAN AND SREDOJE LUKIC BEFORE TRIBUNAL’S WINTER RECESS

As the presiding judge in the appellate proceedings of Milan and Sredoje Lukic indicated today, the Appeals Chamber would render its judgment for crimes against Muslims in Visegrad before the Tribunal’s winter recess. This year the Tribunal’s winter recess begins in mid-December
THE HAGUE | 24.05.2012.

MILAN AND SREDOJE LUKIC TO HEAR APPELLATE JUDGMENT SOON

The appellate judgment in the case against Milan and Sredoje Lukic is expected to be rendered soon, after July 2012, the judges said at a status conference today. The Trial Chamber convicted Milan and Sredoje Lukic of grave crimes against Muslims in Visegrad
THE HAGUE | 15.09.2011.

PROSECUTION SEEKS HARSHER SENTENCE FOR SREDOJE LUKIC

The prosecution asked the Appeals Chamber to ‘correct the error’ of the Trial Chamber that sentenced Sredoje Lukic to 30 years for ‘aiding and abetting the murder and persecution’ of Muslims from Visegrad and to impose a harsher sentence. The defense countered that the prosecution’s request was ‘totally groundless’
THE HAGUE | 14.09.2011.

SREDOJE LUKIC ‘INNOCENT PASSERBY’?

Sredoje Lukic’s defense contends that there is no sufficient evidence to convict him of aiding and abetting the crime in the Pionirska Street in Visegrad. The prosecution urged the Trial Chamber not to believe the defense’s claims that the accused was just an ‘innocent passerby’
THE HAGUE | 14.09.2011.

DEFENSE: MILAN LUKIC ‘VICTIM OF RUMORS’

At the appellate hearing, Milan Lukic’s defense claimed that Lukic was a victim of ‘rumors’; the witnesses who identified him as the perpetrator of crimes in Visegrad were wrong. Lukic was sentenced to life imprisonment for the Visegrad crimes. The prosecution contends that the Trial Chamber ‘carefully considered and analyzed the identification evidence’ and made a correct decision

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