Hadzic pleaded not guilty to the Hague court

Before the Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) In The Hague has re-Goran Hadzic. Past president of the self and is no longer available the Republic of Serbian Krajina pleaded not guilty to charges against him sins. "Not guilty, your honor," — said Hadzic Arbitrator Guy Delvoye.

At the first appearance in the courtroom on July 25 Hadzic declined to answer a question about their own guilt, taking advantage of the right to delay the process for up to 30 days. Now, under the rules of the ICTY, will begin specific training for the trial of former leader of Croatian Serbs.

Hadzic, who was arrested in Serbia on July 20, was the last of the war criminals whose extradition sought ICTY. In July 2004, court advanced against Hadzic remain in violation of the laws or customs of war and sins against humanity allegedly committed between August 1991 and June 1992 on the territory of Croatia.

The prosecution brought by 14 points, among which: the persecution, torture, murder, forcibly moving, fierce appeal of prisoners of war, destruction of property baseless and other crimes against Croat and other non-Serb population.

One of the main points in the indictment brought against Hadzic is shooting 264 Croatian prisoners of war in November 1991 on the farm "Ovcara" near the town of Vukovar.

Hadzic 7 years hiding from international justice. July 20, he was arrested near the village Krushedol in the region of Fruska Gora in Serbia, and on July 22 was extradited to The Hague, recalls the ITAR-TASS news agency.

In all my years in the Hague court processes were against Eight of Kosovo Albanians, 7 Bosnian Muslims and Croats, 33 Serbs, 92 against. Serbs have always given the highest possible, and, for example, the commander of the Bosnian Muslim army, Rasim Delic was sentenced to only three years, despite the fact that the Serbs and Croats, he earned the nickname Bosnian butcher. It is quite justified and Naser Oric, a former commander of the Bosnian, who acted Srebnenitse and counties before the arrival of General Mladic. Serbian general has been issued ICTY a few months earlier Hadzic.

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