The "Butcher" - Radovan Karadzic Genocide Case Reopened
Finally, the war crimes tribunal in The Hague reopen the case of former Bosnian Serb leaders - Radovan Karadzic for his involvement in the killings of Bosnian Muslims.
Karadzic's prosecution team called the supreme commander who had campaigned on a war of ethnic cleansing in Bosnia in the 1990s.
In the opening of the trial, prosecutors said Karadzic's team take advantage of nationalism hatred in order to encourage his desire to form a country without the Muslims.
Although this first trial Karadzik willing to boycott and not attend the trial on the grounds that he thought he needed at least nine months to prepare a defense, but Judge O-Gon Kwon decided to continue the trial despite the defendant "the butcher" is not present.
The judge also said that the court will decide later whether a defender will be appointed to represent him.
In the trial in The Hague, Karadzic, 64, faces two charges of genocide and other 9 charges for war crimes and humanity.
Former President of the Republic of Srpska, head of Serbian Democratic Party (SDS) and the Bosnian Serb army commander refused to enter the trial, but said he would cooperate with a trial to prove his innocence.
In the opening of the trial prosecution team''to brand him as an invincible leader''and responsible for the conflict that occurred in 1992-1995.
Karadzic proved to''clean up most of the ethnic Bosnia and Hercegovina during the war'', he added Tieger, the commander described it as''direct''ethnic cleansing.
Apart from the testimonies of witnesses, some evidence against Karadzic is wiretapping the recording copies of Karadzic and much of his speech.
The prosecutor quoted Karadzic before the war began, when Serbian forces will change the Bosnian capital, Sarajevo became''a black cauldron in which 300,000 Muslims will die''.
Karadzic taken to the International Criminal Court in The Hague last year serelah 13 years in hiding.
He indicated engaged in ethnic cleansing of Bosnian Muslims, Bosnian Croats and other people of non-Serbs in the Bosnian war of 1992-1995, which caused more than 100,000 people were killed.
Karadzic is also accused as the person responsible for the massacre of more than 7,000 Bosnian Muslim men in Srebrenica in July 1995, and a number of attacks to more than a dozen Bosnian region at the beginning of the war.
He faces a maximum demands life in prison if found guilty