A UN court has found Serbian political leader Vojislav Seselj not guilty of crimes against humanity and war crimes in the Balkan Wars of the 1990s.
The Hague-based institution has ruled that the defendant is not responsible for any of the nine counts in his indictment.
The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) has ruled that the plan for "Greater Serbia" pursued by Seselj's Serbian Radical Party was a political and not a criminal project.
ICTY also noted it did not consider the declaration of Serbian autonomy in Bosnia-Herzegovina and Croatia a criminal offense....
So pathetic decision. After so many years of imprisonment........
Circus. A belated attempt of the underworld syndicate aka \"Hague\" to justify the own existence.
Plus the EU-NATO need to win some brownie points with the strongly anti-NATO Serbs.
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