Dating a bosnian man
But half way through the hearing his lawyer, Dragan Ivetic, asked for a delay because the general was suffering from high blood pressure.The judge refused, Mladic started yelling and was thrown out of court.Former Bosnian Serb commander Ratko Mladic -- branded the "Butcher of Bosnia" -- was sentenced Wednesday by a United Nations tribunal to life in prison for war crimes and genocide committed during the 1990s.
Mladic's conviction signalled the end of the final trial before the tribunal closes its doors by the end of the year.Judge Alphons Orie dismissed claims from Mladic's lawyers that said the former commander was of "good character," and instead said his actions "rank among the most heinous known to humankind and include genocide and extermination." Mladic was an international fugitive from the turn of the century until 2011, when he was captured in northern Serbia.His trial lasted for 530 days, making it one of the most significant European war crimes cases since the infamous Nuremberg tribunal.Horrifically, tens of thousands of survivors now must live next to their rapists, seeing them daily. He told them to rape me too and so I was raped again.Sue Turton meets women still living with incalculable suffering a quarter of a century on Twenty-five years have passed since Rana was raped but she remembers like it was yesterday. Twice.” The first rapist then put a knife to her throat.