America Responds to Terrorism
Permanenet International Criminal Court
Do We Need a Permanenet International Criminal Court?

According to witnesses, Dusan Tadic raped at least one woman, beat more than a dozen people to death, and made his victims drink mud and motor oil. If this were a typical criminal case, Tadic would be charged with rape, murder, mayhem, and assault and battery. But Tadic's case was not a typical criminal trial. The victims were prisoners of war. The alleged incidents took place in a concentration camp in Bosnia—a country fractured by a violent civil war when it split from the former Yugoslavia in 1992. Tadic's trial took place in The Hague, Netherlands, before a special international tribunal (court) established by the United Nations. Dusan Tadic was the first individual prosecuted before an international court since the famous Nuremberg and Tokyo war crimes trials following World War II.

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