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THE HAGUE | 04.07.2013.

PROSECUTION: TRIBUNAL IS FOR THE LIVING NOT THE DEAD

In a response to the motion for a review filed by the defense of the late Rasim Delic, the prosecution argues that the Tribunal has jurisdiction over the accused and convicted persons who are alive, not the deceased. The defense of Rasim Delic, former commander of the BH Army Main Staff, has called for a review of his judgment
THE HAGUE | 21.06.2013.

CALL FOR REVIEW OF RASIM DELIC’S CONVICTION

The defense of the late Rasim Delic has called for a review of the judgement of the former BH Army Main Staff commander. He was found guilty of failing to prevent and punish the crimes of the Mujahideen. According to the defense, the basis for the review is the ‘bias’ of Danish judge Harhoff shown in his ‘private letter’. The letter was leaked to the press last week
THE HAGUE | 19.01.2010.

PROSECUTION ASKS FOR SEVEN YEARS FOR DELIC

At the appellate hearing in the case of General Rasim Delic, the prosecution asked for a harsher sentence for the former commander of the BH Army General Staff. According to the prosecution, the three-year sentence delivered by the Trial Chamber ‘does not reflect the gravity of the crimes’. Arguing that the prosecution’s request was ‘groundless’, the defense requested Delic’s acquittal
THE HAGUE | 15.09.2008.

THREE YEARS IN PRISON FOR RASIM DELIC

The Trial Chamber today delivered its judgment in the case against Rasim Delic. They decided, with a majority of votes, presiding judge Moloto dissenting, that the former commander of the BH Army General Staff had effective control over the members of the El Mujahid Detachment, but had no knowledge of the crimes they committed, although in one case he had reason to know of their tendency to treat prisoners of war cruelly
THE HAGUE | 11.06.2008.

PROSECUTION CALLS FOR 15 YEARS IN PRISON FOR GENERAL DELIC

At the end of its closing argument, the prosecution calls for 15 years in prison for Rasim Delic, former commander of the BH Army General Staff. Delic is on trial on charges of failure to prevent or punish crimes committed by the Mujahideen in the Central Bosnia
THE HAGUE | 10.06.2008.

DEFENSE CALLS FOR GENERAL DELIC’S ACQUITTAL

In its closing argument, the defense calls for the acquittal of General Rasim Delic. The El Mujahid Detachment, the defense notes, reported to the Islamic Cultural Institute in Milan and to the terrorist organization Al-Qaeda. The detachment's relationship with the BH Army was one of ‘cooperation’
THE HAGUE | 09.06.2008.

PROSECUTION: MUJAHIDEEN WERE UNDER BH ARMY COMMAND

Evidence has shown 'beyond reasonable doubt' that members of the El Mujahid Detachment were responsible for the crimes in the village of Bikosi in June 1993 and for the killings in the village of Livade and the Kamenica camp in July and September 1995, the prosecutor contends in the closing arguments at the trial of General Rasim Delic. The former commander of the BH Army General Staff knew of the crimes yet he failed to do anything to prevent the Mujahideen, who were part of the BH Army chain of command, and punish them
THE HAGUE | 21.04.2008.

PROSECUTION AND DEFENCE REST IN RASIM DELIC TRIAL

The defense of Rasim Delic, former commander of the BH Army General Staff, decided not call its last witness, resting its case at this trial today. The prosecution and the defense will deliver their closing arguments on 10 June 2008
THE HAGUE | 18.04.2008.

THE ITALIAN COLLECTION OF MUJAHIDEEN DOCUMENTS

The defense of Rasim Delic, former commander of the BH Army General Staff, today cross-examined prosecution witness PW 9 about the Italian documents belatedly disclosed by the prosecution. The documents show that members of the El Mujahid Detachment sent reports to everybody but the BH Army; this was corroborated today by the witness
THE HAGUE | 18.04.2008.

IN THE ARMY BUT NOT UNDER ITS COMMAND

Prosecution witness PW9, former member of the El Mujahid Detachment, denies he was under the command of the BH Army, but claims he was its member. In his view, these two claims are not contradictory. The detachment was formally part of the BH Army and ’coordinated’ its activities with the Army units, but was not part of the Army chain of command: it maintained its right to refuse orders issued by BH Army officers

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