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Le Procureur c. Duško Tadić

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This chapter begins with an introduction to the appeals, grounds of appeal, relief requested and sentencing procedure in the case involving Duško Tadić. The indictment charged Tadić with 34 counts of crimes within the jurisdiction of the International Tribunal. The chapter discusses the first ground and the third ground of appeal by the defence, and chapter then deals with the first, second, third, fourth, and fifth grounds of cross-appeal by the prosecution. In the instant case the Bosnian Serbs, including the Appellant, arguably had the same nationality as the victims, that is, they were nationals of Bosnia and Herzegovina. However, it was shown that the Bosnian Serb forces acted as de facto organs of another State, namely, the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (FRY). On 7 May 1997, Trial Chamber II found Tadić guilty on nine counts, guilty in part on two counts, and not guilty on 20 counts.

Keywords: Bosnian Serbs; Duško Tadić; FederalRepublic of Yugoslavia (FRY)



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