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THE HAGUE | 29.08.2008.

RADOVAN KARADZIC REFUSES TO ENTER PLEA

At his further appearance before the Tribunal, Radovan Karadzic refused to enter his plea on the counts in the indictment. In accordance with the Tribunal’s rules, Judge Bonomy entered a plea of not guilty on all counts, charging Karadzic with genocide and other crimes in BH. Noting that he ‘stopped using a false name’, Karadzic invited the Tribunal to stop ‘operating under false pretenses as a court of the international community whereas in fact it is a NATO court’. The judge was ‘very much taken aback’ by the prosecution, which has yet to file an amended indictment
THE HAGUE | 21.08.2008.

A NEW TRIAL CHAMBER FOR RADOVAN KARADZIC

The case of the former Bosnian Serb political leader charged with genocide and other serious crimes in BH has been reassigned to Trial Chamber III: Judge Robinson, Judge Bonomy and Judge Antonetti. This decision was not motivated by Karadzic’s motion for the disqualification of Judge Orie, but has rendered it irrelevant
THE HAGUE | 20.08.2008.

KARADZIC’S REQUEST IS PREMATURE AND SENT TO A WRONG ADDRESS

Radovan Karadzic has submitted his motion for the disqualification of the Dutch judge Alphons Orie in the pre-trial stage of the proceedings, and has addressed it to the Tribunal’s President. He should have waited until the beginning of the trial and addressed the motion to the president of the Trial Chamber hearing his case
HAG/DEN HAAG | 01.08.2008.

HOLBROOKE HAD ‘PLAN B' FOR RADOVAN KARADZIC

After he failed to get Karadzic immunity from prosecution – and he had undertaken to do so in an agreement in June 1996 – Richard Holbrooke ‘switched to Plan B: the liquidation of Radovan Karadzic’, says the accused in his first motion to the ICTY
THE HAGUE | 31.07.2008.

KARADZIC WITHOUT DEFENSE COUNSEL BUT WITH ’INVISIBLE ADVISER’

Former Bosnian Serbs leader Radovan Karadzic had his initial appearance before a Tribunal judge. He says he wants to defend himself, but adds he does have an ‘invisible advisor’. Karadzic postponed entering his plea on the charges in the indictment until 29 August 2008. Karadzic claims he was thinking about going to The Hague in 1996, 1997 and 1998 but decided not to for fear of being ‘liquidated’ because of a purported agreement with Holbrooke
THE HAGUE | 30.07.2008.

RADOVAN KARADZIC IN TRIBUNAL CUSTODY

Former Bosnian Serb political leader, who spent past thirteen years as one of the most wanted fugitives from international justice, was transferred this morning to the UN Detention Unit. Chief prosecutor Brammertz will address the press today at noon. Karadzic will most likely be brought before a Tribunal judge tomorrow
THE HAGUE | 22.07.2008.

CARLA DEL PONTE DROPPED 25 COUNTS IN KARADZIC INDICTMENT

In May 2000 – in the hopes of his 'imminent arrest', the then chief prosecutor Carla del Ponte joined the two indictments against Radovan Karadzic into one, in order to be able to try him together with Momcilo Krajisnik who had come to the UN Detention Unit a month earlier

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