Last year, the Serbian general Stanislav Galic, in charge of the siege of Sarajevo (think artillery and snipers, your probably remember the heart breaking photo of the two lovers gunned down by a sniper), got life imprisonment by the Yugoslavia tribunal in The Hague (my country). Today, his succesor in that nasty siege, Dragomir Milosevic, got 33 years. The Serbian administration was heavily criticized by parting main procecutor Carla Del Ponte for refusing to catch the crooks Mladic and Karadzic.

Sidenote:  Believe it or not, the US government signed the American Servicemembers’ Protection Act (ASPA) introduced by Jesse Helms in 2002 that OK-ed the invasion of my country should an American soldier be held prisoner here for the international court and several countries were arm-pushed into a bilateral non-extradition to the international court.