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2000

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Texas A&M University School of Law

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Spandau Revisited: The Question Of Detention For International War Crimes, Mary Margaret Penrose Jan 2000

Spandau Revisited: The Question Of Detention For International War Crimes, Mary Margaret Penrose

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Drazen Erdemovic. The name may be unfamiliar to many outside the former Yugoslavia. The name will surely be unknown by most people outside the international community and those committed to the universal protection of human rights through criminal prosecution. Drazen Erdemovic is a confessed killer. Drazen Erdemovic has confessed to killing somewhere between seventy and one hundred unarmed Muslims in a mass execution as a member of the Bosnian Serb army in July 1995. In this regard, he is the first convicted defendant to stem from the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) established by the United Nations ...