Of the last 4 on the suspect list of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in The Hague, one, Stojan Zupljanin, was arrested 10 days ago near Belgrade. It took a while to get him to the UN prison in The Hague, as he claimed an identity mix up.
Župljanin, the most senior police officer in the so-called Autonomous Region of Krajina (ARK) in northwestern Bosnia and Herzegovina during the 1992-1995 conflict and later an advisor to fugitive Radovan Karadži?, stands accused of involvement in a campaign to eliminate and permanently remove Bosnian Muslims and Bosnian Croats from the area between April and December 1992.
The prosecution holds him responsible for murder, persecution, torture and deportation of non-Serb civilians, as well as for wanton destruction of towns, villages and religious institutions in numerous municipalities.
According to the indictment, Župljanin had overall authority and responsibility for the functioning of the police within the region concerned and as such commanded the units which participated in the perpetration of the crimes.
And the list goes on. One down, three to go: Karadzic, Mladic and Hadzic.
Just to be perfectly clear on this: these guys should and will get a fair trial (other than the thousands they organized to be killed and raped and the ten thousands who were driven from their territory). If found guilty, they will be locked away for a long, long time.