Saturday, March 11, 2006


Wrap up on Milosevic
Voyager on tim blair's site
No one could live long enough for this trial
Reynold's isn't sure
I'm not sure what I think, but it certainly seems that trials that last until the defendant dies of old age aren't the solution.
Bubble head via M Malkin
I'm wondering if Slobodan Milosevic died of boredom; he's been on trial since 2002. I'm also wondering if the ICC will be investigated for the spate of prisoners dying in their custody like the US would be.
and Ed Morrissey:
In the end, he beat the Hague and the UN in the limited arena left to him. He stalled the trial long enough to die before its completion and made the Hague look like incompetents and fools. Like all sociopaths, he wanted to control as much as possible right to the very end -- and unfortunately, he succeeded.
Miserable doughnuts notes
Slobo departs for his new job as the Devil's footrest.
Steyne notes
Slobodan Milosevic has been found dead in his cell in the Hague, which means his "trial" will presumably come to an end, now that Sloboperry Masonevic isn't around to cross-examine prosecution witnesses into the next decade. Instead, we can move on to a decade-long inquiry into his death.


Blogger Major John said...

He made a mockery of the Hague, so in the end, maybe he did us all a favor by showing how weak the "international tribunals" are. I still wish the rotten S.O.B. would have gotten his just deserts. Guess I'll have to settle for him suffering the eternal torments of Hell.

7:37 PM  

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