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Bull shit Jake. That's something you could eventually argue had the tribunal been set up last year. But after 16 years of the tribunal's work, taking the convictions is perfectly legitimate. Look at Seselj, he's been in jail for 6 years, with no exit date in view... and is without a conviction and even without a trial (it's been indefinitely adjourned)! Where would you put him?

It's perfectly plausible to say that the outstanding cases will follow the same pattern as those already finished. Unless you have some inside information that there is an army of Croats and Albanians in the dock waiting to be convicted.

by vladimir on Mon Mar 16th, 2009 at 06:14:52 AM EST
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