Tell U.N. Judges Not to Drop Key Charges Against Radovan Karadzic

According to The Herald: “The judge preparing Radovan Karadzic’s genocide trial… was considering dropping some charges to shorten court proceedings that could take years.”

Scottish judge Iain Bonomy “indicated prosecutors might have to drop one of two key parts of the 11-count indictment: either the deadly siege of Sarajevo or the July 1995 killing of 8000 Muslims in the UN safe haven of Srebrenica, Europe’s worst massacre since the Second World War.”

GET ACTIVE:
Tell the U.N. Judges and Prosecutors not to drop any key charges against Radovan Karadzic. Ask them to find alternative solution to complete the trial against the accused. For example, Karadzic could stand trial in front of the International Judges presiding over the Court of Bosnia-Herzegovina.

THE BOTTOM LINE: KARADZIC NEEDS TO ANSWER GENOCIDE CHARGES. CONTACT THE ICTY TODAY:

Mailing Address:
International Criminal Tribunal for the FY
Att: Judge Iain Bonomy
Att: Office of the Prosecutor
P.O. Box 13888
2501 EW The Hague,
The Netherlands

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