ICTY Prosecutor’s Naked Opportunism Masquerading As Concern For ICTY’s Legacy?

Croatia, the War, and the Future

Brammertz No Longer Has Jurisdiction Over Gotovina Case

Reblogged from miseticlaw.blogspot.com

By Luka Misetic

Radio Free Europe today published an “exclusive” interview with ICTY Prosecutor Serge Brammertz, in which Brammertz comments that his office is “dissatisfied” with the acquittals entered in the Gotovina and Perisic cases and is “examining all legal means to contest these decisions.”  This is consistent with a press release issued by Brammertz on 24 June 2013 in which he announced, “[r]egarding the Gotovina et al. case, my Office is considering whether the specialized threshold required for review of Appeals Judgment is met.  If so, we will initiate proceedings within the prescribed one-year time frame.”  Having received repeated requests from the media to respond to Mr. Brammertz’s comments, I wish to note as follows:

First, I know of no evidence that exists (or that even could theoretically exist) which would satisfy the specialized threshold required…

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