A former Bosnian Croat general takes poison and dies at UN Hague tribunal
Slobodan Praljak, 72, was on trial for war crimes in the former Yugoslavia before the UN Tribunal in the Hague. Seconds after his 20-year sentence was upheld, he shouted: “Praljak is not a criminal. I reject your verdict” and then drank from a small brown bottle. Turning to the cameras filming the hearing, he said: “I just drank poison, I am not a war criminal. I oppose this conviction.” UN officials confirmed that he died soon after. Dutch police declared the courtroom a crime scene.
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Denied the liberals a change to blow their own horn. With all the horrors the muslims did he pails.
Just another trumpist blowing his own trumpet
At the risk of an obvious question, since this stunt has been pulled routinely in the last eighty years, the question is how a notorious war criminal was able to sneak a bottle of poison through security – the tinted bottle [though used for normal medications as well] should have been a big clue.
He drank a vile of his fascist ideology
He was a patriot who fought for his country…It’s you who should be drinking poison….Fascist Leftard…
How many Muslim and palestinian heads of state who were the worlds biggest Genocidal Maniacs were hauled to the World Court in Hague….
Get your facts straight debkafile… He quoted Socrates saying, “I drank what?”
A slow one for this fiend I hope